Sometimes, a little maneuvering provides a gorgeous perspective. My husband does this all the time with his photography. Behold:
Here, he squatted down, I think, to snap a photo through the leaves of the pin oak sapling in our courtyard. His long-range objective? To capture an outrageously adorned tall maple on the north side of our house.
Ah….perspective! I find myself writing about this often. Perspective can make all the difference as we go through life. In times when we’re limited by physical or emotional boundaries, seeing things differently comes in so handy.
What may seem a limitation can open up whole new worlds of thought and ingenuity. Suddenly we understand the way someone reacted in similar circumstances, or grasp a fresh nuance in a person’s choices.
It’s good to be reminded how important perspective is! Beautiful!
Love this, Gail! I wish you had a way to share your posts on social media.
Mr. Kittleson does with a lens what you do so well with a pen my friend. Always enjoy these photos. Thank you!