"Open up to seeing without question and taking in the wonderful, beautiful things that are around us. Take these things in and add to the mastery of your craft to create amazing, dynamic images."
~ Brenda Tharp
This image looks like a row of windows but guess what, it is the bottom of a skateboard ramp. The camera doesn't need a tripod because it is placed right on the pavement. I was face down on the ground trying to see if everything was in focus or not and then clicked a couple of shots. Sometimes I use Picasa to think outside of the box. This time I used the camera to express what I saw. Being creative isn't easy but it certainly is fun.
This photograph was taken at a skateboard park. Again, my face is on the ground while taking this image. All I see is the sky, farmland and the road. This particular shot has a few weeds or something in the foreground. It is a study of the sky broken up with lines and circles and rectangles. Why not think underneath, through, around, upside down?