Weekly Photo Challenge: Beneath Your Feet

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Beneath Your Feet.”

Experiment with your angle: stand as you snap your picture or get close to the floor. You don’t need to include your feet, as I’ve done in the photo above. Consider all kinds of settings and surfaces, from interesting textures and patterns to sidewalk or exhibition art. Think about the details you will include (and leave out) in your frame, too.

This photo was taken by sitting the camera on the concrete just in front of my foot. The photo was taken in Key West Florida’s Mallory Square. With several events taking place this weekend, I will add to this weekly challenge with more photos from this angle.

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The Weekly Photo Challenge

14 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Beneath Your Feet

  1. I just found your blog it’s really inspiring! Check out our blog Wordwise which I run for Open Age we are an organisation in London England that promotes positive ageing and wellbeing for people aged 50+
    Looking forward to reading more about what you do!

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  2. Excellent advice! I’v found so much of the art of photography is about being able to first wonder what something might look like from an angle that to us two-feeted-walking people goes often unnoticed. Well done.

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