The week that was (ok, three days) because . . .
. . . Perspective is all about how you look at things.
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The ‘Where ‘n When’ of the photos used over the last three days.
|Day 29 – Like an ‘Eye in the Sky’|
This photo was taken on March 14, 2016, through the car window, as we were leaving the Northern Territory and heading back to Queensland (our home state). It was rather overcast and gloomy, witht he prospect of a huge storm ahead of us, and I caught a glimpse of this Sun Halo. Glad I was able to at least capture some of it.
|Day 30 – If you go down in the woods today . . .|
This photo was taken on December 28, 2015, in one part of the southern forests of Western Australia. My friend Denise and I explored so many. This is along the walk to Gloucester Tree – a giant karri tree in Gloucester National Park and, at 58 metres tall (190.3 feet) it is the world’s second-tallest fire-lookout tree. (If you want to, you can climb up to it’s viewing platform to take in the vista of the surrounding karri forest. We opted not to.)
|Day 31 (Early) – How could I ever take my man seriously?|
This photo was taken on September 20, 2015, when we were out exploring the limestone stacks along The Great Ocean Road in Victoria. Over the years, I’ve lost count of the number of photos of the two of us with me sporting ‘bunny ears’. Dean is such a child.
|Final Square Day 31 – Best ‘Perspective’ shot ever.|
The main photo was taken on on our wedding anniversary in 2015 (October 18) when we were bushwalking in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory. This is a photo taken at Kata Tjuta (The Olgas). I remember thinking it would be hard to capture the true size of these domed rock formations but, having turned around after descending from Karingana Lookout, I believe I got the perfect perspective shot.
Want to know just how big they are?
Read my post Bushwalking in the Red Centre to find out and you’ll also see the entire photo.
And now to a few photos that almost made the cut.
This is my last entry in Becky’s July Squares Photo Challenge – Perspective.