I am trying to take a look at things at home from different perspectives.
The western juniper trees are always ready to be photographed from a distance or close up.
My juniper muse from the ground up.
Ripples and layers.
A close up of red bark.
The lichens and mosses on the rocks in my yard are painting portraits full of color and texture.
A still life of sticks and rocks.
Cheatgrass seeds caught in crevices and moss.
Vibrant yellow lichens amidst darker ones.
Our pets are grateful we are home and they let us know in their own special ways.
Praying I always stay home this much.
Finally tuckered out after extra play time.
Hoping to bring a smile to my face by decorating her white coat with dirt.
Hope you are managing your time at home okay. Try to look at things from different perspectives and you may be pleasantly surprised.
7 thoughts on “From different perspectives: LAPC”
Beautiful perspectives, Siobhan. Your animals are adorable! I love the “I’m guilty” look on your dog in the last shot.
Thank you, Patti. Yes, my dog did look guilty!
I love the pattern and movement in the bark and tree trunk.
Thanks! I know you like the patterns of trees as well.
Love your positivity in this one Siobhan. And I’m with Patti, that look is priceless 🙂
Thanks, Tina! She loves to get dirty!