Show us a swarm today: large group, moving together. Birds. Bugs. Kids. Taxi cabs. Your subjects can be big or small, animate or inanimate — whatever they are, you just need a lot of them.

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Today I had the opportunity to roam around in Wellington, New Zealand.

I only brought my small digital camera with me.

The weather was lovely, warm and not too much wind.

I did not know what today’s challenge would be.

I took the following two photos which gives idea of a swarm!

WAITING FOR THEIR OWNERS TO GO HOME AFTER WORK!

All in a row! Waiting
All in a row! Waiting
Closer look.
Closer look.
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10 responses to “Photography 101: Swarm”

  1. rondomtaliedraai Avatar

    Ai kyk net hoe oulik in ‘n rytjie …

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    1. scrapydo Avatar

      Ja, hul was te veel om almal in te kry!

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  2. Forestwoodfolkart Avatar

    haha. A great swarm. And they buzz like a bee

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    1. scrapydo Avatar

      And can’t they make a noise when all starting up and taking off!

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      1. Forestwoodfolkart Avatar

        Yes, quite a din!

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        1. scrapydo Avatar

          😦 and 🙂

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  3. nowathome Avatar

    Dis ‘n mooi foto!

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    1. scrapydo Avatar

      Dankie, het eers verby geloop omdat die son skerp weerkaats het op blink.Vanuit ander hoek lyk dit toe beter

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  4. Spokie sny spoor Avatar

    Mooi skerp fotos.

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    1. scrapydo Avatar

      Dankie, dis met my “mik en druk” geneem. Nie mal oor die digitale skermpie want op onmoontlikste tye kan mens niks sien nie

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