The ‘Seeing Differently’ Challenge (Part 2)

How to see things differently via our lens? Robyn explains, “Look at ordinary things – look at objects, people or animals, reflections, movement – watch the light and shadow – look at textures (on a tree or a wall or textiles?) – look at organic and man made – look closely and look far away. In focus or not in focus…”

Seeing some of the details and shapes of the bridge from the lower level than from the top.

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Having shifted camera a little bit, I was able to get a better view of the lines and textures of the door and a better focus on these three unique door locks.

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For this one, I sat on the cobblestones and got my elbows closer to the ground, then started snapping. Seeing differently, indeed 🙂 

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To get this shot (below), I was on the ground then leant on my shoulder. Btw, the ground was kind of wet. 🙂

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With the three photos posted last week, I have done 7 of 15 photos for Robyn’s Seeing Differently Challenge. Take a look of her beautiful and creative photos.

If you want to join, click here.

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Thank you for visiting! 🙂

41 thoughts on “The ‘Seeing Differently’ Challenge (Part 2)

  1. These are SO cool, Ame! What is the last one of? Curious minds here …. that bridge’s designs I couldn’t stop staring at and the one of the cobblestones way way awesome! You’ve given me some ideas to run with … Thank you and great job with this post!! ❤

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  2. These are so great Amy and exactly what this challenge is about!!
    I’m so glad you wet your shoulder 😉 and got down on the cobblestones – your images are wonderful. Just love seeing differently 😀 Thanks for sharing x

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