Weekly Photo Challenge: All About Perspective

For The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge, we are supposed to show perspective. The eye can be fooled.

The first two photos are of a red-shouldered hawk at a local park. She’s posing so perfectly. I wonder why?

The next two photos are moss growing in a garden planter. I took a macro photo and a wide view photo to show just how different moss can look depending on your perspective.

Two more photos of moss, but this moss is growing between the bricks on the patio.

The last two are the same photo of Colorado aspens. First with me cropped out for a panoramic view and the original with me hiking.
Colorado Aspens

Cropped into panoramic view of Colorado aspens

Me Hiking Amongst Aspens

Original of me hiking amongst the Colorado aspens

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