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Thanks again Colin for setting April's challenge ! 

 

This month, I would like to see your images taken from a "WORM'S EYE VIEW". Pictures taken from below, from a low angle. Could be for composition purposes, to accentuate perspective or to make the subject look taller, or mighty… whatever.

 

Here are 3 examples:

 

seattle--the-needle-and-sonic-bloom-e7r6

Urban / architecture

 

dropkick-murphys-performing-live-e4rjnr.

Concert / people

 

magnolia-heptapeta-denudata---yulan-magn

Nature…

 

Now the rules:

  • Maximum 3 images per contributor, as usual
  • Images must be available on Alamy
  • Challenge will end on May 31st at noon (12:00 London time)
  • The winner will start the new topic.

I hope you will enjoy this one and I am sure we will see a lot of great images again this month !

 

Olivier

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Interesting challenge!

 

Here's three from me.

 

looking-up-into-the-flowers-of-the-angel

 

Looking up into the flowers of the Angel's Trumpet, Brugmansia aurea, against a blue sky

 

abutilon-patrick-synge-in-a-private-gard

 

Abutilon 'Patrick Synge' in my garden in Plymouth, UK

 

ringlet-butterfly-aphantopus-hyperantus-

 

Ringlet butterfly, Aphantopus hyperantus, shot from ahead and below to show head and underwings

 

Oddly enough, all three were taken in my own garden.  Definitely local shooting.  

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Nice submissions already.

As Davey I will have to think - there is some lack of this theme in my portfolio. 

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Great idea

 

the-eucalyptus-trees-of-sherbrooke-fores

 

Worm in danger of being eaten by the parrots. The amazing Dandenong Forest in australia

 

 

 

 

 

 

a-glass-of-beer-glowing-in-sunshine-at-a

 

Worm on a table, looking up to emphasize the size and awesomeness of a beer in the sun. Somewhere in Amsterdam.

 

 

 

 

 

 

fantastic-icicles-inside-a-frozen-waterf

 

 

Worm in danger of freezing its bits off. Icicles in an ice cave here in Gaspesie.

 

Cheers

 

Colin

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Very imaginative choice of topic. Coincidentally, I just uploaded this one a couple of days ago. It's an "upcycled" sewer pipe BTW.

 

through the wormhole...

 

covered-metal-bridge-made-form-a-sewer-p

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I can not enter this comp because worms do not have eyes. :(

 

Allan

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3 x worms with a camera:
 
the-hirshhorn-museum-on-the-national-mal
 
The Hirshhorn Museum in Washington DC
 
 
 
birds-on-a-wire-yellow-street-lamp-again
 
Birds on a Wire
 
 
dutch-windmill-with-miller-and-tall-red-
 
Windmill with miller and tall red and white tulips in the Keukenhof Flower Gardens in The Netherlands
 
 
 
 
AoA for the rolling year:
 

 

wim

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a-glass-of-beer-glowing-in-sunshine-at-a

 

Worm on a table, looking up to emphasize the size and awesomeness of a beer in the sun. Somewhere in Amsterdam.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Has anyone got a photo taken from inside a tequila bottle? 

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Worm's eye views are getting tougher these days with my creeky knees and back!

 

1) Garden park in Montreal, Canada

 

canada-quebec-montreal-flora-outdoor-gar

 

2) Saint Peter's Basilica, Vatican

 

europe-vatican-city-looking-up-into-the-

 

 

3) Baby Human Worm

 

white-caucasian-baby-crawling-in-grass-i

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The Green Citadel, Magdeburg, Germany

 
It's PINK!   I'm sure it's pink.   Sheesh! I hope my monitor calibration is not THAT far off!
 
Allan
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The Green Citadel, Magdeburg, Germany

 
It's PINK!   I'm sure it's pink.   Sheesh! I hope my monitor calibration is not THAT far off!
 
Allan

 

haha yes it is the pinkest building I have ever seen! But green as in environmentally green!

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Thanks for this subject "WORM'S EYE VIEW" Olivier.

 

​I see my collection is sadly lacking in this respect, must go out and get some.

 

Some great images here already.

 

Allan

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