Day 14: SCALE
Today’s photography theme is to observe around us, and play with scale…
Here are my submissions 🙂
“For most people, we often marvel at the beauty of a sunrise or the magnificence of a full moon, but it is impossible to fathom the magnitude of the universe that surrounds us.”
~Richard H. Baker (American Politician [1948 – ])
(1/320 f/3.9 ISO:125 5mm)
View of the Empire State Building… looking through the Manhattan Bridge, Brooklyn, New York, USA:
(1/200 f/4.2 ISO:125 12mm) (1/80 f/4.8 ISO:125 35mm)
And for fun, the Blue Cockerel at Trafalgar Square, as part of the Fourth Plinth Project, symbolising regeneration and strength [July 2013 – February 2015], and the Pink Snails travelling through Florida, “designed to inspire a community-wide conversation about the importance of recycling and its environmental impact” are both examples of objects on a “different scale“.
(1/640 f/5.6 ISO:100 5mm) (1/342 f/2.6 ISO:50 4mm)
Do you observe the difference scales of objects in your everyday lives?
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