Is it possible that I’m a dreamer?
Do I spend too much time with my head in the clouds?
Or my nose in the air?
Or my eyes on the sky?
Maybe, just maybe.
Because when I was getting photos together for Ailsa’s Travel Theme Challenge theme BELOW, I realized how much time I spend looking up and how lucky I am I haven’t fallen over and broken my nose!
But then again, perhaps it’s not so much dreaming [though that’s okay] as what I like to think of as paying attention, seeing the whole picture, taking stock in everyday life, seeing beauty in the ordinary…
Oh alright. I’m a dreamer then and damned proud of it!
So let’s see what a dreamer with her head in the clouds, nose in the air, eyes on the skies, is all dreamy about then.
And if you are a dreamer too…would you see what she sees when the lens go vertical?
The Tate Museum in London from an ant’s perspective:
A Lloyd Wright design as seem from this lowly architecture lover on the ground:
Reflections are just reflections until they become art. Can you see the cranes? Construction never looked so good!:
It would be shameful it no one paid attention to the details of something as innocuous as ceilings…but when they look like this, it would be a crime!:
Bridges are a favorite of mine, and the Tobin in Boston is no exception. This, however, was taken on the fly and yes (shhh) I was driving! Thank goodness for sun roofs 🙂 Oh, and thank you God that I’m still here (dumb, I know):
Street light art? If you’re in London, the answer is a resounding YES!:
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a bird, it’s a ….yup, like that:
It’s a religious experience!:
Clouds are the ultimate source for wonder and awe from below:
Ever the Patriot:
Cheers everyone up there…from me, down below 🙂