Saturday, June 19, 2010

Sunday Stills: Go Low, Looking High

This week's challenge required a view from below looking upward. I've experimented with this angle in the past, but selected new subjects this week.

A miniature rose from the front yard.
A jump cup and standard.
(Regrettably, I have inadvertently viewed jumps from this angle in the past.)
Stored jump poles.
"Photoshopped" horse trailer.
The Fluffy Puppy (aka Indy).
To see how others handled this one, visit Sunday Stills.

13 comments:

Beth said...

I love the jump standard, sorry you actually have viewed it that way. But at least it inspired you! :)

gtyyup said...

Sorry, but I couldn't help but laugh at your comment about the view of the jump standard...not funny at the time I'm sure!

Your photo of Indy turned out great...my pups and horses got the delete key!

chloephotography said...

nice angles for this weeks challenge

Regular Guy said...

Love your comment about the view of the jump standard. Very funny, after the fact. Nice shots.

dibear said...

The jump standard was spot on. :)

wilsonc said...

Haha! Loved the jump pole one! I laughed out loud. Then I saw the trailer pic and said "oh, they have the same trailer as me" next pic was Indy...that's when I realized it was my trailer! Guess I need to pay closer attention to whose page I'm clicking on :)

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Clever angles and photos! My faves are the jump cup and the poles. Cool!


~Lisa

Brenda said...

great jump shot! yes, sometimes we see those angles don't we? Love Indy's shot!

Michelle said...

Love the photos! I actually really liked the rose, the angle and the background are just beautiful. They're all great though, I like the variety and unique perspective!

theegggather said...

Wonderful photos - my fave has to be Indy and the blue sky.

Oregon Equestrian said...

Char -- you're so funny.

Thanks everyone for your comments!

Rising Rainbow said...

I'm too old to see the jump standard from that angle. Guess that's why I've decided not to jump. Sure wish I wasn't so afraid of getting hurt though. Really would love to try.

Nice Pics.

Judy said...

You sure did a great job with these! Love the variety too!