The photo challenge for October is: Low Perspective, or A Worm’s Eye view of the World.
This challenge is quite open to individual interpretation. There are various ways to think of “Low Perspective”. This can mean looking up. Seeing how things appear from beneath. Or it can mean seeing things that are always above us that we don’t focus on. Clouds, planes, trees, birds, buildings.
It can also be interpreted as getting down at ground level. That “worm’s eye” version of perspective can provide unique images not usually seen from our 5 foot above ground typical posture. Seeing things from down low is not our typical viewing angle. We can also use low/ground-level objects in near/far photo composition to yield unique opportunities for images.
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