Weekly Photo Challenge: Unusual Point of View

This week’s WordPress photo challenge is to experiment with point of view. The photo posted here is of a small glass (about six inches tall) figure of a man selling balloons that my grandmother displayed in her home when I was a child. It now resides in my parents’ home, resting on a fireplace mantle. I knelt before the mantle, pointing the camera up, and created, in my opinion, an interesting point of view.

If anyone would like to see a photo of the entire figurine, let me know.

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photo by S. Thomas Summers

 

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