These are images I took about two years ago on a shoreline hike along Lake Michigan in Glen Haven. Between the fantastic temps, good company and amazing shipwreck remnants we enjoyed that, I’d have to mark this one down as one of my favorite hikes. I highly recommend it! Maybe I’ll see you out there soon. 🙂
“Photos aren’t objective — they show what we want them to show.”
This week’s photo challenge theme on The Daily Post is perspective, whereby bloggers are invited to post images of things that are not what they seem to be, or offer different angles/interpretations of the same subject.
Here are a few of my own images that toy with the concept of perspective.
Inches-high wildflowers loom larger than life with low camera placement.
A sun-lit Lake Michigan looks limitless from two perspectives.
Closer inspection lends deceptive warmth to a winter sunset.
You can view others’ perspective interpretations in the comments here. 🙂