Yesterday I published this post about selfies. Making selfies is not a new behavior, as a visit to any classic museum can prove that there are plenty of self portraits made by the most renowned artists since ages.
I don’t like making my own photos though nor feel comfortable even when others shoot me (except if it is my husband); but that’s not a reason for me to say that making selfies is a bad behavior.
Of course, I like watching and shooting people making selfies, because I see all kinds of behaviors. People traveling alone, not anymore having to beg others to make their photos. People in groups but still wanting their solo moment of glory. Groups having fun together. And the ‘narcissist selfies’. Here you see the ones who love themselves beyond measure. They make all types of expressions while shooting, perhaps self-ensuring their sexiest, beautiful, or whatever look they appreciate. It is fun to watch because it speaks volumes about who people are (or think they are).
When I saw the theme for the weekly photo challenge, I thought I could share with you a selfie I made weeks ago when shooting street art, which I also shared in this post.
My Wall-Selfie will also speak about me. I leave it up to you to tell me what you see.
Posting for Weekly Photo Challenge. Theme is: Wall.