This week Sofia Alves leads the weekly theme: Looking Up/Down.
I choose a few images of Getty Museum in Los Angelos. This image below is instereting, visitors were looking down and I was looking up to capture the scene.
Getty Museum is well known for its architecture, gardens, and views overlooking Los Angeles.
Looking up, San Fransico architecture:
Many thanks for sharing your hiking and walking experience and memories. Your beautiful photo captures inspired me to walk a little more and pay our surroundings and the beauty of nature.
Special thanks to Sofia for hosting this week’s theme. Click here to visit. Sofia encourages us to share “what have you discovered when you looked up or down? Were you surprised?” We hope you’ll join us. Please include a link to this post and use the Lens-Artists tag so we can all find you.
Patti at Pilotfish will host next week,September 11th. Hope you wil join us.
“It’s your road, and yours alone. Others may walk it with you, but no one can walk it for you.”
The photo below was taken in one of the areas in Peru. An 82-year-old man walked up to the top of the hill slowly with some help.
Among all the hiking we have done, the 999 steps in Nafplio, Greece was one of the challenging experiences. But, the views all the way to the top were simply stunning.
Once upon a time… We started our walking/hiking from Monterosso al Mare, to Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and ended at Riomaggiore. It was about 7 miles (11 kilometers) long; between the highest and lowest points of the trail the elevation was 1640 ft. It took us over 5 hours to get to Riomaggiore. It was an enjoyable hiking experience, so we went back again a year later.
These days, I enjoy my morning walk in the woods. I’m constantly amazed by the light and discoveries as I walk along the trail.
Many thanks to Tina’s “It’s all about the light” last week. She gave a series of comparisons about the power of light. Through your beautiful images, I’ve learned many ways to capture fascinating light in photos. Thank you for participating.
This week, we invite you to share your walking discoveries and photos on trails, streets, gardens, neighborhoods… Remember to link your post to my original, and to use the Lens-Artists Tag to help us find you.
We’re excited to announce that LAPC #164 will be hosted by Sofia Alves on September 4th. Her theme is “Looking Up/Down”. Be sure to visit Sofia’s site.