Personally I hate having to stand with a group of photographers when I want to take a shot. This week's prompt reminded me of that.
|Snapping cherry blossom in Washington|
I worked with British Rail a lot in the 1990s and saw my fair share of trainspotters armed with cameras but none quite like this:
|Belgian Railfans' photo shoot|
They were out to photograph a special train - a farewell to SNCB/NMBS Class 51 diesel locomotive in 2003.
I have no idea what this lot were doing in Dublin:
|Team of photographers in front of Jury's Hotel, Dublin|
I wonder whether they had to wait all night for someone to turn up,
Mind you I'd be happy to join this pair no matter how long I had to wait.
|Wildlife photographers enjoying numerous photographic opportunities|
But if it's blossom I want then why go further than our front garden?
|Apple blossom (white)|
I rest my case.
To see what has been snapped elsewhere the place to go is Sepia-Saturday-169
- Railfans - By Peter Van den Bossche - CC BY-SA 2.0
- Dublin - By Andrais Burglega - CC BY-SA 3.0
- Wildlife - Photographers taking images; Public Domain website