Weekly Photo Challenge: An Unusual POV

20130909-124038.jpgThis is the first photo I snapped. (No filters or adjustments.) But I wasn’t satisfied that it met an unusual pov, although I tried to be creative with light, angle, and perceptive. There is the question of “what is the subject?” Flat, right?

So I moved to this:
20130909-122854.jpgNow the idea of the subject was coming into focus. But still not hitting the spot. So, I moved my attention to the fly with a whole new concept:


By the way, this fly did pose for me. I took about six different shots.
Not myself today nor am I thinking with clarity. In bed with a bug, ha ha, not the fly.

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9 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: An Unusual POV

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  3. Great pictures! Insects often get hypnotised by a lens, I guess. I’ve noticed a similar behaviour when I photographed butterflies and other six-legged animals =]

    • Well, you have some amazing photos! You must be shooting with a really good camera.I wonder if all insects have multiply lenses? I will have to research.I shot with an iPod. Maybe it was attracted to the Apple. Thank you for stopping by and checking out my photos.

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