(*** See who the winner is at the bottom of this blog ***)
Okay, here’s one for everyone and we want your comments. So here’s the background to the funny image of Geoff below…
It’s hilarious sometimes what you stumble across on the boys’ own image gallery on their iPads when you take the time to take a closer look. Take a look at this image of Geoff. Okay, granted, it’s not the most flattering image, but the question has to be asked, what is he thinking/doing?
Aidan’s accidental portrait of Dad in unusual circumstances. Image taken by Aidan Hunter (we think)?
What has happened we think is an obvious “accidental photo” was triggered just at the right time by Aidan when they were scrambling up to get a closer look at an Iron Ore train heading through the Karijini National Park.
But it begs the question …what on earth is Geoff looking at in this shot, and that face Lol?
So let’s have a bit of fun with it – we want your comments, suggestions, anything really from our subscribers and visitors to post your thoughts as to what Geoff is perhaps doing here. We’ll think of a prize to send the funniest comment – not sure yet what, but we’ll think of something (hopefully) worthwhile.
In doing so, please keep it PG-rated 🙂
Update Nov 17, 2015.
*** The Winner ***
Way to go Lucy – some great photoshopping creativity right there. Here’s what Lucy put together and now she has a fantastic prize coming her way in the snail-mail shortly. Oooh, what could it be Lucy 🙂
Thank you to all who made comments to this funny photo – we enjoyed reading all of them.
As to the photo and in case you were wondering, it’s a balmy 40deg and the train has just passed us. These trains have locomotives on the rear of them as well as the front and centre of the length of the train. I am therefore looking in the opposite direction in which the train is heading and Aidan is directly by my left side a little “trigger-happy” on his iPad it would seem.
So, I guess old trusty habits die hard for all forms of transport and you can never be too careful? You never know what might be directly following a 2.5km long iron ore train on a single railway track 🙂