Relative Something

*this* John W. Hays’ take on things and experiences

Looking Down

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I have an affinity for looking straight up or directly beneath me when I’ve got a camera in my hands. I’m also a fan of surface textures and single content features filling the frame.

Adding in the shadow of a perfect hoof print is a real bonus.

dscn5513eI had just been looking into the sun at Cayenne when I dropped my gaze and captured the ground in front of me. She had turned to observe my activity and then resumed the noble pose that had grabbed my attention in the first place.

I captured both.

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I think she was enjoying the last of the warm afternoon sun prior to our latest bout of cold rain. That is, cold in the relative sense, because yesterday it climbed to 50° (F) here, which is rather warm for late November.

Leaves us wondering when we will get to look down at our feet and see some useable snow. For the time being, it is mostly mud!

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Written by johnwhays

November 29, 2016 at 7:00 am

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