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Sunday, June 20, 2010

Sunday Stills ~ Go Low, Looking High

This week's Sunday Stills photo challenge was a lil' bit different; frustrating at times...but fun! I used the 'delete' key a lot to say the least!

I had visions of cool horse and dog photos from a different perspective...but they all got the 'delete'!

So, here are my submissions for this week~

This is the only photo from my archives. It was taken
last year with my old Fuji camera...but I remember
very clearly climbing around the hillside in the
cool grass after changing irrigation on a warm day.


My chive plant is in full bloom. This photo
reminds me of soldiers for some reason.

I would call this a grass flag! There's an alfalfa
top in there along with a tiny bug too.


One of the wheel line movers.

One thing I learned from this photo challenge is that my dogs are very brave to be at this level with all of the livestock and machinery around them on a daily basis!

Check out more 'Go Low, Looking High' photos by clicking here and go to the comments!


21 comments:

Beth said...

Very cool. I thought about doing grasses and wild flowers too. I might have to go out and try that again now.

Thanks for the comment on my blog too. I hope you'll come back :)

Ann said...

I love the blue flowers.

I bet your dogs went up faster than you.

thecrazysheeplady said...

Love the wheel shot!

dibear said...

Great shots for the challenge. These had to be belly shots!! LOL

wilsonc said...

I especially love the chive shot! Funny how different the prospective is from down low isn't it.

picturesbybrenda said...

I'm glad that you got the first one from the archives. I love the wheel shot!

Michelle said...

These are some SWEET photos! I absolutely love them and can't even pick a favorite! Great job.

theegggather said...

Neat photos - really like the wheel line mover, the sky and the scenery in the background. Great job.

henrygl said...

Truely professional angles.... neatly done as well. I vote the best to be the second pic' :)

Oregon Equestrian said...

Wonderful photos. Love the irrigation pipe wheel. Did you have to ward off doggie noses while crawling around for the photos?

peacefulgirl said...

All amazing shots. Love the grass flag and the wheel ;)

Shirley said...

Well done; you really got low! The chives and wheel are my faves.

lisa said...

Awesome!

lisa said...

Awesome!

The Lease Family said...

Those are some great shots there. I love the perspective!

Judy said...

Wow!! They were all great. Good job and thanks for sharing these great photosQ

Ed said...

Fantastic shots!! The Chives are AWESOME!! :-)

Linda said...

Yes, your chive shot IS awesome! Never thought of a dogs view before except when they can't see cows from where they stand and I can ;)

CTG Ponies said...

Love the pics! And I chuckled about the dogs' perspective.

Sarah said...

great pictures! They are so beautiful and sharp! I wanted to do this challenge so badly, but then we ended up at home for the weekend and my internet just doesn't cooperate there.
You did a great job!

Far Side of Fifty said...

That first shot of the Bluebells is awesome..I also liked the chives..very interesting views:)

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