Image: Hannah A Keene 2020
The View From Above
While I believe Becky has in mind using different apertures, focusing, and distance to show how one can achieve different perspectives in photography, I thought I would approach it from a lighter perspective for my first square of this month’s challenge. This friendly, exuberant, (and surprised) urban squirrel was observing me from four different perspectives!*
#1 Uh oh! Caught in the act!
#2 I’m really not so sure about this…..
#3 Maybe it’s safe…….. I’ll try it out.
#4 Oh, you seem to be friendly, and your dog does too, so…. TA-DA. Here I am in all my exuberance, complete with tail!
*I don’t normally do this, and I think it’s technically against the rules, but I got carried away and combined….. four challenges. My own exuberance got the better of me.
Becky’s Squares – The Art of Perspective
The interior of the construction of an 18 story condo building.
What could be in the interior of this fairy hole?
This was taken from the inside of the infusion unit where I receive my gamma globulin treatments every there weeks. I noticed that some steam was coming out of the pipe on the roof across the street.
I found the sunlight hitting the raw 2x4s inside the black iron gate to be stunning.
Posted belatedly for Debbie’s One Word Sunday – Interior
I was drawn to this shot because of it’s impressionistic feel, which seemed suitable for the softness of Spring’s arrival.
A Liquid Amber Tree’s Seed Pod.
The intricacy of these seed pods have always amazed me. They are, however, treacherous once they have opened and released their seeds. They can roll under your foot and make you fall (several once caused my husband to badly sprain his ankle). They can (and have) pierced my dog’s paws and caused an infection. They are even difficult to sweep up because there’s so many of them that it’s hard not to slip during the process. But oh my goodness, their intricate structure is absolutely beautiful!
Posted for Irene’s Sunshine’s Macro Monday.