Taking macro shots throws my imagination into film mode. I feel like I'm suddenly seeing the world from the perspective of a bee or a fly. I had to get down close to this clump of broken branches to see the ground, fallen-desiccated leaves, and mosses. The branches formed a tunnel from my plain eye's … Continue reading Flying Through – A Bee’s Eye View
What are we looking at here: a satellite photo, a topographical survey shot from a plane, a bird's eye view of the tundra, or an up-close view of sun-bathed, small, and mossy rock? What do you want to see? That's all that matters. I found these questions and more rolling around my head as I … Continue reading Bird’s Eye View, Or Is It #2
Ok so I fiddled a little with the camera angles here to force a climbing feeling to the landscape. I was trying to get close to this fallen tree and capture as much texture as possible while catching the whole branch. It wasn't working out. The broken end at the base was full of textures, … Continue reading Another Goldsworthy Perspective
I played with the sun a little on this morning; playing hide and seek throughout the macro view of the camera lens. This is a whole series dedicated to seeing differently. It felt like a great extension of my current desire to take a look closer at stuff. The bright morning sun gave a little … Continue reading Shinning Through #6
Is it ungrateful to ask for what you want? Wow, did I ever grab a loaded question and the answers aren't what I expected... Google it and you get some lovely lady not-so-subtly selling her services to increase traffic to your business. This is followed by many definitions of "ingratitude". Perhaps I'm being ungrateful for … Continue reading Day 20 – What Does Gratitude Feel Like To You?
If you can, make this image as big as you can and scroll across it from bottom to the top. It feels like a low flight over parts of the Grand Canyon to me. The rock is bathed in the scorching sun and there are all sorts of tenacious vegetations clinging to the surface. As … Continue reading Birdseye View, Or Is It? (#1)