Wayzata, Minnesota

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Thematic Photographic - 305 - Look Straight Down

Look Straight Down.


To explain my madness for TP posting, I first scan my cell phone and post. Later, I search for the perfect "whatever theme" and post again.  Otherwise, I may get caught up in life missing my chance to post and what if I don't get another shot worthy of posting?  See my dilemma?  Plus, it's so fun bending photos from my current collection to his theme.

You also know by now, I'm a hobbyist at shooting photography, shaping photos from my own perspective.  My rules.  Sometimes, I get lucky.

I shot this from the second floor, to capture the little playhouse.  But my main intention was to shoot the gorgeous two trees and the lake to appear like I was standing at their level?

Weird?  Yes.  But do think I made it happen?

I lucked out catching Mother duck and her babies as well.  Did you notice them?

Move Up Shoot Down

Of course this was taken last winter.  My main goal was to capture as many shadows as possible.  Moving up and shooting down was the best option.

Okay, I'm heading out of town for the day, and you can bank on my keeping this theme in mind everywhere I go.  Hopefully, I'll capture some fresh, Look straight down shots and see you again right here.


TexWisGirl said...

well, look up as you look down, too! :)


...have a safe travel day, and we'll all show UP for your DOWN photos upon your return.

Cloudia said...

Yes! I see the duckies! Nice shadows too, K Keep looking up,

ALOHA from Honolulu
=^..^= .

Max Sartin said...

Have to admit, I didn't notice the ducks until I read about them. Nice shots!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

I see a buncha ducks, yes!

P.S. I like your shadows, too.

Alexia said...

Two lovely down shots. I really like the little playhouse! and I'm glad you pointed out the ducks ;)

Gilly said...

Love those shadows! And I missed the ducks until you said!

Filip and Kristel said...

I really like your snow picture, ideal to capture shadows on the white background.


Bob Scotney said...

Ooh! What long legs you've got!

Gilly's Camera said...

CLEVER shots!