[Categories: Photography, Photography 101 Forever
[Photos this week are hosted right here on WordPress. Somewhere… ]
[A right-click on a photo ‘might’ give you the option to open in a separate tab or window.]
The Lens Artists Challenge is hosted this week by Patti.
She says: “By getting down low, looking up, or taking a variety of shots as I walk around the subject, I’m able to find the best perspective.”
I trust I can find some good examples from my snow-hiking Friday, 2/28/2020, near Frisco, Colorado. As you will see, it was a beautiful, blue-sky, drop-dead gorgeous day.
LOOKING UP I saw pale white Aspen trees against blue sky.
The sky was blue, blue, blue.
At an overlook we could LOOK ACROSS Lake Dillon to the east southeast:
If we LOOK CLOSER, at 360mm zoom, handheld, we can see Grays and Torrey’s Peak:
We might think a branch of dead pine needles by the trail is not especially pretty:
However, if we LOOK CLOSELY we see that Nature is beautiful even in death and decay. (Open this next one separately and zoom. It’s a beaut.)
BARK! (woof. woof.)
Kudos to the tireless leaders of the weekly Lens-Artists challenge.