Another one from my undergrad days—a memorable evening watching one of our regular groups on the campus. I recall this particular moment too so vividly because of the formation; as if they were joining together for a group picture.
The one on extreme right, facing away from the camera was far ahead of the group, towards and facing us, as soon as she picked our scent. She sensed our presence as soon as we were navigating our way to the clearing through the Dodonaea covered Eucalyptus plantation. As we waited for a while, she and the others all of whom stood alert after a series of vocalisations, settled down, and started feeding again, but while keeping an eye in our direction. We then continued our observations till it got dark that day.
I’ve had the best year being a @onedanceuk ambassador! I’m so grateful for this experience and the opportunities we’ve been given. It’s been lovely getting to know like-minded people, who share the same passion for dance advocacy and the arts 💞✨
It’s no secret that the bane of every photographer’s existence is herding guests together for a group photo after the ceremony.
It’s hard work.
No one listens. Everyone is looking for the bar. And it always takes way longer than it should.
It helps a lot if you have someone there with a booming big voice (or a PA) to help get everyone in line.
That’s why we hang around. Just in case we are needed. We have the PA already set up and ready to go so, and I say this with utter sincerity, we are at your disposal.
Give us the list of group pics you need and let us do the hard work for you so your photographer can get back to the business of capturing real moments and your guests can get back to the business of making them.