There is a particular time (just now) when the wheat in Townsend Meadow, having grown its tallest, conjoins with a particular spot along my homeward path from the allotment. Together they cause the rooftops on Sytche Lane to look like this.
Note to self: must remember to take another shot when the wheat has turned to gold.
Square Perspective #1 For the month of July, Becky challenges us to show her some perspective – contrive it how we will, just so long as it’s in square format.
9 thoughts on “A Curious Perspective”
Now this really is curious. What a brilliant perspective – love it!
Thank you, Becky 🙂
A very deconstructivist perspective – the elements detached from their actual essence. I like it!
And that’s a very interesting response. Thank you 🙂
I always enjoy getting another perspective. 🙂
🙂 🙂 🙂
Why’s your image so engaging? Can’t say why, but it is, and that’s the best way to be engaged – like with music or a joke that makes you laugh for reasons beyond your ken. It just works.
Thank you for that, James. I don’t know why it snags my attention either. And so yes, as you say: that’s the reason 🙂