“I don’t want my photo taken!” One of the guards outside Amalienborg in Copenhagen.
Glad you took it anyway :-).
Hard to pass up the opportunity really. How often am I in Copenhagen 🙂
Haha, I can see reflections of myself in that photo! I’m a total photophobe. (I just made that word up so don’t quote me).
I let people take photos of me but I have to let them know that no matter how hard they try I’ll look like an idiot. I have this weird squinting/smile thing I do when I see a camera. It’s a joke in the family now.
Don’t even look at me….I mean it….I won’t smile….I won’t even move…..go away….
I love the expression on his face.
Me thinks his hat is a wee bit too big LOL 🙂
The hats I see in Europe make me giggle. I’m not used to seeing royal regalia since I’m from the States.
Same here in Canada. I mean, I really find it hard to take this guy seriously, really :).
I feel the same. On some of my runs I see some funny looking guys in uniforms and it does give me a chuckle.
He is giving you a dirty look. His stern eyes are sort of visible under that head gear.
It would be hard to have people taking pictures of you all day whilst doing your job.
my mother and aunt were in vienna where my brother was the assistant attache. they were to meet him for lunch but they were early and didn’t want to go in to the embassy too early and “bother” him. their lurking drew the attention of a guard-Viennese-such as this, and they ended up in the embassy early anyway but escorted in for their suspicious behavior.
That’s too funny. Must have been terrifying for them at the time though. So don’t lurk outside of embassies. Check! I was at the US embassy in London last year and the guards didn’t look too friendly. I guess things haven’t changed much.
LOL – that’s too funny! He probably gets his photo taken a lot and is tired of it.
I would hate it. At least he doesn’t have to worry about bad hair days
Don’t mess with that guy….
I didn’t. He scared me.
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