From a Flower Point of View

Kat Sloma of The Kat Eye View of the World invites us to view the world from the view point of the flower, using our camera lens. You can read more about her project here at Exploring With A Camera.  Here are a few images I have made using her suggestions, for instance placing the camera below the flower and pointing upward.

Snow on the mountain….
Sedum, along with an old watering can…
Geraniums, past their prime and bringing in new life….
Catalpa tree blossoms….
Catalpa tree blossom that has been released…
Tiger Lilly…
Lavender, slightly blurry but still beautiful…
When I move my camera to a different point of view
life does look different.  
Makes me think about how I look at life in all things.
What do I need to change? How do I need to look
at any given situation? What is my calling in this?
Thanks for stopping by!

5 Replies to “From a Flower Point of View”

  1. Wow. I am in awe, especially of the Tiger Lily. I love how parts of these are in and out of focus, really looking at things in a different way. The last one of the lavender is so gentler and soft. As you said, beautiful. Thank you so much for adding this to Exploring with a Camera. I hope you will put a few of these in the Flickr pool too!

  2. So many lovely flower images here, Deb! My favorite is the lavender — the colors and focus are so muted — beautiful!

  3. WOW what a whole different way to look and feel about flowers. I love that your showing me so many different ways to see things and feel them. They are all beautiful.

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