Wednesday, May 11, 2011

5/11 Outdoor Wednesday #122


This week decided to post a photograph of Castle Craig, Hubbard Park, Meriden, CT. If you would like to participate or view other blogs who have posted an outdoor theme click logo above. Thank you Susan for being our hostess.






Tip: This image was discovered by shooting through a rectangular opening in a wall near the falls. Look at the shot. Discover a different way to shoot it. How? If you are a short person, walk around until you can look at things like a tall person can. Get on the ground and shoot as low as you can go. Shoot around, through, up, down, climb, just do what you can do to obtain that different way of seeing.


Thanks for stopping by, I hope you will visit next week. Meanwhile, take care.


4 comments:

  1. Very interesting photo. Thanks for the photography tips. I'm using a point and shoot camera, so I need all the help I can get. :) Thanks for commenting on my outdoor post.
    Babs

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  2. What a different perspective you shared with this shot. I would probably break something trying to get into different positions to make a picture.

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  3. I see two eyes! I am a short person too and have problems with my knee, so its hard for me to kneel and bend a little bit!

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