There are many groups of like minded people blogging about a particular subject, like we do with our RVing blogs, and some of them band together to form a Wordless Wednesday Group. There are Wordless Wednesday Bloggers from Mom's groups, church groups, canine groups, etc. I'm not sure what they do, but I think they all link together so each blogger' s readers can click on the links to find more blogs on that subject. It's a win/win.
I've decided to start my own personal Wordless Wednesday. Since I'm a bit of a loner, I'm doing it alone. Of course. :) So you won't find links to other RVing blogs participating in my Wordless Wednesday. Sometimes I have a photo I want to post, but I don't want to do an entire post around it, so this solves that problem nicely. A few of the bloggers I follow have Wordless Wednesdays, and I've always liked the idea.
Now, I'm not promising great photos, or interesting photos, or special photos, but I'll try. Sometimes it will just be a photo I like. There will also be times I might cheat a little and get a photo or few from the Internet (like today). Or even, horrors, post more than one. See? And you all know how hard it is for me to be wordless, I'll try, but it might not be completely wordless. That's the nice thing about doing something by yourself. You get to set the rules. :)
So, without further ado (except the following words):
What is Photobombing?
1. Typically, people/animals/things that appear unexpectedly in a photograph.
2. Photobombing is also the act of inserting oneself into the field of view of a photograph, often in order to play a practical joke on the photographer or the subjects.
3. (verb) - to drop in a photo unexpectedly...to hop in a picture right before it is taken.
4. An otherwise normal photo that has been ruined or spoiled by someone who was not supposed to be in the photograph. The most common photobomb is someone in the background making a face.
|My youngest grandson photobombing a nice photo of my son and daughter-in-law.|
|The bird didn't plan this photobomb, I'm sure, but still... I liked it. Internet photo.|
|Love the look on the photobomber's face on the right. He's having FUN! Internet Photo.|
|Here's an ostrich photobombing a nice family scene. I laugh every time I look at this. Internet photo.|
From me and Katie, have a great Wednesday, everyone! :)