Thursday, January 12, 2012

Look down.

About a year ago, I did a Photo Friday post with pictures I took while looking up. This time around, I thought I'd share a few snapshots from times I've looked down. (Well... sort of. No one wants to see a bunch of pictures of my feet, right?) Enjoy!

Looking down at the red bricks that mark the path of the Freedom Trail during our trip to Boston last summer.

Big Arrow spinning down a slide at a playground in Redington Beach, Florida, during our trip to St. Pete last February.


Taking in a holiday performance by a local school group when we visited the Indiana State Museum in December.

This post is a part of Photo Friday at Delicious Baby.

10 comments:

  1. Sometimes people forget to take photos from different perspectives. It's amazing how much different the photographs and sights are then. Very nice indeed!

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  2. I love that Boston shot!

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  3. Thanks -- a wide range of perspectives (so to speak) connecting through the one idea.

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  4. Love the Freedom Trail. Wish all cities had such obvious clues to their sites!

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  5. In my mental image of you, you just became about a foot taller.
    Nice pictures.

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  6. What a great idea! I need to try this. I am obsessed, to the point that my family makes fun of me, with laying on the ground to take pictures looking up. Now, I have a whole new obsession for them to make fun of.:)

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  7. Cool shots especially the Freedom Trail. Great ideas on different perspectives of taking pictures.

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  8. This is the perfect way to say that everywhere you look you will find something amazing if you pay attention.

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