Today’s photo 101 prompt has been my least favourite so far. Not quite sure why, except that I really don’t like tweaking pictures around and altering them so much, so I had to really search hard for pictures.
I always prefer things looking as natural as possible, except where unavoidable, and I am glad that I didn’t have to manipulate these ones asides from giving them an edge 🙂
I honestly can’t claim that I have a fair idea of what I’m doing. In fact, I would be lying if I claimed to know. I am just having fun with today’s assignment since I am out all day with my troop.
According to today’s photo 101 prompt ‘Glass, Squared,’ we are to incorporate glass in today’s image: a window, a mirror, a wine glass, sunglasses or something else. It doesn’t matter what form the glass takes.
So here I go tinkering and peeking in or out.
Looking out and taking the picture trying to incorporate the window.
Out and about. The day looks friendly through my windshied.
My fave flower shop
Looking up at the see-thru glass ceiling.
I like the Giraffe on the glass
Couldn’t resist watching the TV from outside 😉
Watching the workmen
Another view through the window.
Lovely decorative pieces
A view taken while looking up at the mirror in the lift.
What an interesting theme we have today for photo 101 class; ‘Big and Point of view.’
The title brings out the naughtiness in me, but I shall leave it at that 😉
There’s no problem finding big things around here. A whole lot of stuff comes in huge sizes especially the buildings, so I felt, easy-peasy, let me go and get some shots.
Where the trick lay is in the POV that asked us to crouch or lie on the ground and get some interesting angles of big things 😉
I was just a few yards short of my husband thinking that I have lost my marbles with my dodgy moves to get interesting shots and asking him to stop every few meters *he was almost at his tethers end when I felt that I had enough material, besides he had to go for important money matters 😉
I also raised a couple of Arabian eyebrows with my squatting and crouching like a Tigress about to spring a surprise 🙂
All in all, it’s been a fun assignment. I just hope we won’t have to use parachutes next.