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The “What Are You Doing?” Picture

Posted by Sean Rowland on August 17, 2014

My personal fave…Let’s stand almost in the middle of my picture so I can blatantly stare and question what you are doing

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I’ve finally had a chance to start working on stadium reviews from the Oregon trip and just completed PK Park in Eugene. I’ll wrap-up a Stadium Journey reivew for that one today and then over the next few weeks work on the remaining three stadiums. In the meantime, I came across an Oregon picture where someone caught in one of my photos had a comical look as they questioned what I was doing. People can be so annoying in that if an individual is doing something a little abnormal (like take a picture of a concession stand), they stare and can’t take their eyes away. Time to point out some of these folks…

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The mouth ajar, slightly annoyed look as if to say "What is he doing"

The mouth ajar, slightly annoyed look as if to say “What is he doing

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The fairly typical unabashed stare

The fairly typical unabashed stare

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The stunned, no-time to look away before being caught in this look

The stunned, no-time to look away before being caught in this look

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Finally, the rare half-smile in a strange picture look

Finally, the rare half-smile in a strange picture look

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One Response to “The “What Are You Doing?” Picture”

  1. Thanks for the plug on the Tulane review. I had to laugh on the “stadium stares” blog. Taking pictures for the Stadium Journey reviews I often see the same reactions. I always wonder if some of them are on America’s Most Wanted”

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