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Thursday, November 11, 2010

Friday Shoot Out-What do you see when you look UP

Friday Shoot Out
Has challenged us to look UP.
It made for a great photo snapping day

 This is my hometown I.D. tower.


 My church

Sweet pink of begonias

From an ant's view



From the pergola


 Quilt barns along the highway

New, looks old, covered bridge and  
1939 Chevrolet, just for nostalgia.



 Bugs eye view of my wind chimes in my backyard.


My imagination sees a deer trying to escape from the brush.


Looking up and around my backyard and our neighborhood.



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 Today I am grateful for all the beautiful colors and the feelings of goodwill in all I met today.











19 comments:

crochet lady said...

Wonderful "up" photos. We all need to look up and see something from a different view.

Doreen said...

wow!! very nice shoot out!! were you laying on the ground for these shots? I feel as though I was lying on the ground beside you looking up. fabulous UP series!

spiritsoflena said...

Interesting angle on the church shot. I really like how it affects the mood of the shot.

Karin said...

These are absolutely lovely photo - love the nostalgia!

Pauline said...

Your mosaic is lovely. I think your wind chimes shot is inspirational, very well captured! I also love the church bell.

Jama said...

Lovely natural colors around you, love them all!

~JarieLyn~ said...

My imagination saw the deer in that tree right away too. It's amazing what we can see when we really look. I love your photo of the quilted barn and the church. Very good.

GrandmaK said...

Oh how lovely! I particularly like the covered bridge and the antique auto! Have a grand day, dear friend! Cathy

Alan Burnett said...

A great set of photographs. You are right, we don't look up enough.

CollectIn Texas Gal said...

What a Fun Photo Shoot with so many Stunning Photos of your town! Loved the Mosaic with all the Fall colors, and the UpView of the church with the gray sky is Spectacular!

Anvilcloud said...

I think you covered "Looking Up" pretty thoroughly.

Are there a lot of poets in Bardstown?

Nicolle Howard said...

I saw the deer also. Isn't it amazing how a change in perspective can change the way a photo looks.

Rebecca said...

I love covered bridges! I like how you captured the feel of your town too.

GingerV said...

I love it when I see a photo of something that I know but have never really looked at.... like your windchines. My photos are always so - reality based. I may spend some time this week just taking 'other' shots and see what I can see.

La Petite Gallery said...

Very creative shots. The wind chimes were driving me crazy trying to figure that out.
Nice looking places.

yvonne

Sarah-Paige Copeland said...

Great take on this weeks theme! I enjoyed them all, but loved your picture of the wind chimes, too clever.

Cheers
Sarah-Paige
Nitty Gritty Looks Up

In the eye of the beholder said...

Your back yard looks like it might be a fun place to hang out. The last picture of the tree in the bushes resembles the trees that move in the “Lord of the Rings” movies. Have you seen those movies? All your up pictures were good.

Sarah said...

Am Back....I loved the angles hon...you so Let Fly with the new stuff...wonderful hon..I am happy dancin'!!! :)

Rudee said...

I love the way you take something ordinary and make it unique. Great shots!