Thursday, March 15, 2012

High/Low

My photography club's monthly challenge for March is "High/Low".  The purpose is to get us to view things from a different perspective - looking up, or looking down - or maybe viewing something from a reverse angle.  It is amazing what happens...I start seeing possibilities everywhere!  Here are some of my shots for the month...I have until the last day of the month to make my decision.  I will continue to shoot, but thought I would put these out there and hope for some constructive comments!  Thanks so much!



These were from downtown - I was fascinated by the reflections.



Looking down - water drops on Lamb's Ears...

Tulip tree

Some type of insect in a tree - not even sure what kind of tree, or insect!

Looking up a crepe myrtle...

Water Tower at the Aircraft Museum

There you have it...so far.  Any comments?


12 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Hi Linda, great series for your challenge. My favorites are the water tower and the reflection on the skyscraper, the tulip tree and the crepe myrtle. Great captures, have a wonderful day.

onespoiledcat said...

Great job getting the highs and lows of every day things...my favorite is the crepe myrtle....looks like arms reaching for the sky. Awesome. Your project to get highs/lows is a big success as far as we're concerned!

Pam (and Sam too of course)

Pix at Under the Oaks said...

L LOVE your looking up shots! The tower and the downtown buildings-awesome!

Dianna said...

Oh, those are great, Linda! I especially like the crepe myrtle. It's amazing how different it looks from that angle...

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

dear linda, your photos are always worth the look.

i LOVE every single one.
the water drop is just fantastic!

Jan n Jer said...

What drew me in was the water tower looking up against the blue skies with white puffy clouds. The water droplet made me linger also!
Nice shots of highs n lows!

TexWisGirl said...

i think the last 2 were my favorites in this set!

EG CameraGirl said...

The water tower is striking against the sky, Linda. But I love the water droplets too.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I like them all Linda, I think it's going to be a really hard choice to make as to which ones to put in the comp. My faves are the second an third building reflections, but I love city reflections.

momto8 said...

wow...I love all your pictures! but the perspectives of the buildings are my favorite!

Gina @ Gigi Marie Photography said...

Love those reflections in the buildings.

Faith Hope Cherrytea said...

i love how you've captured hi/lo together in the highrise photos...
lovely work!

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Much Appreciated :)

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