I have been away, and have missed some of the recent Weekly Photo Challenges. However, here is the latest.
Children can always be counted on to indulge in a bit of cheekiness, if given half the chance (and if not reprimanded by adults). So there are some children from Trench Town Reading Centre in this group. Art can be cheeky, too –
Funny face: a student at Trench Town Reading Centre is not taking her creation too seriously. (My photo)
A little boy at Trench Town Reading Centre strikes a pose at a Christmas party three years ago. (My photo)
Members of NoMaddz are having fun with a member of Eve for Life staff. This band always injected fun and humour into their music.
You can count on comedians to be cheeky. Here is Owen “Blakka” Ellis, making the equally humorous Michael Abrahams laugh at the launch of Blake’s book “Riddim and Riddles” published by Blue Banyan Books. (My photo)
There was humour and cheekiness in the portrayal of Cervantes’ “Don Quixote” sponsored by the Spanish Embassy at South Camp Correctional Centre in June. It was stiflingly hot, but the performances were terrific. (My photo)
Art can be cheeky, too! Here is textile artist Margaret Stanley next to her creation, “Roly Poly.” (My photo)