“Over the river and through the woods…”
I love the fairyland feeling of this shot, taken at ground level through flowers and across the meadow to the misty shores of Crescent Creek. We are five thousand feet above sea level, at the summit of Willamette Pass, in Deschutes National Forest, Oregon – USA. It is summer.
Mushrooms and toadstools, a common sight in the Pacific Northwest, are fun to photograph, and fascinating to learn about.
Taking shots up from the ground to their gills is an adventure – and a favorite view.
Perspective: Close-ups from a distance.
Jello is on high alert, and so is an immature Bald Eagle perched on a post along the trail to the beach.
Perspective: Figures made small by the immensity of their surroundings.
Whether looking up or across, space and place provide the perspective in these shots, all taken at Long Beach, WA.
Perspective: Beneath my feet.
Whenever I’m on a photo excursion my mantra is, look up, look down, and always look back. There’s usually something interesting to explore!
Perspective: From another creature’s point of view.
Jello sits in the rock garden on a sunny day in May, looking up at me while I take her picture looking down from the deck. She’s cocked her head in a way that makes me wonder what she’s thinking!
Thanks to Patti and all the Len-Artists who make this weekly challenge happen. I appreciate your hard work!