Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Monday Photo Shoot: Bottoms Up!

Your Monday Photo Shoot: Put your camera on the ground to shoot a picture of something you don't usually see from the bottom up. Call it the "worm's-eye view" of the world, if worms had eyes, which they mostly don't.   Grab the camera, get out and under something, and shoot from the ground up for a whole new perspective on everyday life. Then post your picture in your blog or Journal and go back to John Scalzi's blog to leave a link. This entry could be fun

I'm sure nobody is surprised that I chose my horse, Blue, as a subject for this assignment.




  Well now, wasn't that fun?

11 comments:

msecz said...

that was the perfect shot. :)
Sandra

lanurseprn said...

Well...seeing that I've never fallen off of a horse <knock on wood!> ......this is definitely a point of view that I've NEVER seen!!  Good shot!
Pamela

ora4uk said...

interesting....will have to think on this a while....Hugs..Ora

madcobug said...

Awww, how cute. Helen

gaboatman said...

I think I'd be affraid that Blue would step on me while I was on the ground snapping a shot like this.  Glad you are having fun with the Moday photo shoot.
Sam

mutualaide said...

Well, yes, it was fun!  And cool too!

ksquester said...

haaaaaaaaaaaaaa..........I wish I had that long neck!    Anne

whitedove3622 said...

I wonder what Blue thinks of how he looks from that angle. Pretty handsome at any angle I would say.

gifdude said...

LOL...that's a great pic! I am surprised it's not your dog!

mavarin said...

I love that angle and that shot!  And youu're right - it's probably easier to photograph a horse from below than a dog.  The dog gets too curious and too frenetic - and besides, the horse is easier to fit under. ;) - Karen
http://outmavarin.blogspot.com

am4039 said...

what a great picture.