It was pretty far down there, and this wasn’t even taken at the the very top of the bridge.
Thought I’d randomly post a photo I took in London in May. The London Eye is a photographers dream. Interesting structure, loads of different perspectives, and it’s situated in a fantastic spot.
We’ve been home now for almost a month. I’m missing traveling this morning. Feeling nostalgic about our time in the United Kingdom. Maybe it’s time to crack open the scotch and get a little U.K. flavor running through my veins. Before work, or after? (yeah, yeah… I’ll wait, even if I don’t want to)
This week’s photo hunt is high. I’m a tad late, once again, posting for the week. Too much going on in our busy lives right now I guess. But, again, better late than never. This is a shot I took right near our house. We live in the forest not far from Portland and when I think of things that are high, or tall, or things that compel me to look up, I think of these beautiful trees.
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I was perusing the flickr pages early this morning, like 6ish or so, and stumbled across the photos of a guy who calls himself crack jackson jr. If you get a chance, go check out his images. His perspective and his eye for the shot are pretty incredible.