Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Sincerely 'Fro Me to You #7 - Hello Down There



This picture is of our daughter, Malia, back a couple years ago. I took it from a different perspective -- a perpective of extreme height. I was up on a water tower/lookout station at a national park. She was on the ground. Even though I am deathly, extremely, afraid of heights, I leaned over the rail and took this photo of her.



Photography from 100 or more feet up in the air can be deceiving. It can make your feet look really big in proportion to your height. It can make you look like you have no legs. Actually, it can make you look like your feet are attached to your knees.



I'm pretty sure that Malia will not want this picture scrapbooked. But I like it.



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11 comments:

Marni's Organized Mess said...

I don't see why she wouldn't like it. It's cute!

Liza's Eyeview said...

yeah, that is a good shot on a different perspective. I like it too.

Happy Mommy said...

Good mama, snapping pictures from high up even when you are afraid!

We are THAT Family said...

That is so cool! I'll have to try that little trick!

My kids would love it.

Ramblings of Kimberly said...

Its still a pretty cool picture! She should appreciate it with you being afraid of heights and all!!!

LifeAtTheCircus.com said...

Good for you for climbing that tower. I too am afraid of heights and can feel your pain! Fun little perspective shot there.

Valarie said...

I love trying to take pictures and getting them to look distorted. :)

heidi said...

Awww - it's cute!!!!

Muthering Heights said...

I didn;t even notice her feet until you said something. I also like this picture'

Blue Castle said...

Cute picture, but yeah, her feet do look kind of big. :)

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Tammy said...

I like it too! Cool shot!