A few weeks back on a Town Sign Harvest road trip with Teresa, I took Rodan139 out for a flight and photographed the Great Pyramids of Iowa. They are located in a cemetery near the unincorporated town of Avery, Iowa.
They were built in 1939 by an Egyptian pyramid fan, but he ended up not being buried in them. More details when I publish the ground images.
This is your reminder that this week’s THE WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE theme is ODD CAMERA ANGLE:
ODD CAMERA ANGLE
ODD CAMERA ANGLE! What a great theme for Year 8 of THE WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE!
But what exactly an ODD CAMERA ANGLE image? Well it couldn’t be simpler. You see, most people when they take a picture stand and bring the camera up to their face and take the picture straight on from their height. An ODD CAMERA ANGLE image is just a picture where you change your body from its normal position or the angle of the camera. Take a picture of something looking straight down at it. Or straight up. Get on the ground. Or climb up to the top of something. Or rather than having the camera stay level, move it like 45 degrees. You subject can be anything, but try looking at your subject from a different vantage point than you normally see it.
Happy photo harvesting!