Looking west, looking east, north, south – perspective photos

In the morning there is often such neat light bathing the landscape. The angles, the shadows, the golden glow or intense sparkle depending upon which way it’s viewed. These are all taken this morning within several minutes of each other; the difference, looking in different directions and a bit of walking (no digital fixing, just photos).

Frost covered, sunlight reflections. Direction: south-easterly.
Frost covered, sunlight reflections, somewhat sepia toned. Direction: south-easterly.
Sunrise bathed. Direction: west
Sunrise bathed-golden with pink, much still in blue shaded shadow. Direction: west
Slow children (the bane of all parents :)) Direction: east
Slow children (the bane of all parents :)) Direction: east
Direction: south, I like the definition of the grass because of the early angle sunlight.
Direction: south, I like the definition of the grass because of the early angle sunlight.
Woods with branches and trees highlighted peachy, golden. Direction: north
Woods with branches and trees highlighted peachy, golden. Direction: north

Perspective, the view, the angle from which you look changes things a lot. It is not just an attitude, it’s an actual change…colors, light, things seen, not seen.

If what I see is all I think there is, I better be doing 360s fairly often. I better be looking and listening to things that aren’t my usual perspective. Because it’s easy to think I know what a sunrise looks like, when I could be surprised.

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