This week’s photo challenge at The Daily Post at WordPress.Com challenges us to share a photo in which our subject is shown from a different point of view. I do admit that since I have taken part in these weekly photo challenges, I no longer take my pictures facing the subject head-on. Now I think of different perspectives and points of view.
I love the beauty of tulips and, this spring, I tried to capture their beauty with my camera. I knelt down on the ground to take this so that I could see their stems as well.
Two full beds had been planted next to one another and I tried to capture how beautiful the rows and rows of tulips looked.
I noticed that these bright flowers stood out against the greenery that filled the rest of the park.
I noticed, as well, the park bench that had been placed near the blooms. Often I have seen people sitting on the benches here watching the passers-by and admiring the beauty laid out in front of them.
I received a few strange looks from passers-by as I moved around the flower beds with my camera. These looks are something I shall have to get used to as I try to follow the photo challenges set out by WordPress.
Has following photo challenges changed the way you take pictures?
© Colline Kook-Chun, 2013