weekly photo challenge – face in the crowd (anonymity)

“Anonymity is the fame of the future.”
John Boyle O’Reilly

“The average tourist wants to go to
places where there are no tourists.
Sam Ewing

Wieliczka Salt Mine tour, Kraków – December 2017

“The trains always arrive at your station.
The question is which one to take?”
Mehmet Murat ildan

In waiting at Brussels Airport-Zaventem station – September 2017

“People live for the morrow,
because the day after tomorrow is doubtful.”
Friedrich Nietzsche

The day after effect – Łódź, Poland October 2017

“An altar is like an airport where spirits take off and land”
Steven Chuks Nwaokeke

Before takeoff – Warsaw Chopin Airport – June 2016

“Once upon a midnight dreary,
while I pondered weak and weary.”
Edgar Allan Poe

After midnight – Batthyány tér Metro station, Budapest – February 2017

“True beauty is not in your face
or in your dress
but in your dignity.”
Debasish Mridha

A woman’s face belongs to the woman – that is a rule in the Islamic faith (so never insult an Islamic woman with taking photos of her face), Marrakesh December 2016

“What would life be
without a little salsa???”
Unkown

Salsa street dancer in Båstad, Sweden – August 2017

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