I hope to be hysterically hilarious. But maybe I'm just hysterical.
In response to WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge.
I like 🙂 It took me several seconds to recognize what it was.
I’m glad you like! That’s one of my drunk pictures when I just randomly sway around an object and shoot it from odd perspectives…
hahaha – I have enough trouble with sober photography. I’m not ready to elevate my game by trying drunken photography 😉
I actually haven’t got down to the art of sober photography as yet, for now I’m staying in the gutter with the drunk photography (and call it artistic intention).
I like that expression ‘artistic intention’. Yes – I might need to exercise that more!! 😉
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Here’s to more artistic intentions for the new year 🙂
I really like the unusual perspective in this photo. It took me a few beats to figure out the orientation.
Good to hear that my drunk perspective works for you 🙂 I can’t shoot a straight photo if my life depended on it, so I pretend that it’s an artistic intention.
Wondered why you posted this, headed over to the challenge. Right under your nose. Ha ha very good.
Haha, yes, I know, I was lazy writing anything about why I’m posting this particular picture, so I just added a link to the challenge 😀 “Now” was a tough prompt to respond to! Sending you a quick smile 😉
I like it! Funny enough I was photographing the bikes at the parking last week as well 😀
I find bikes quite photogenic too, though I’d normally prefer to take pictures of other means on public transport, like trains or trams. I’m not sure why but means of transport fascinate me.
It might be that the transportation machines look so much, well, like machines… All that technical stuff, the metal merging with other materials – I guess that makes it look so fascinating!
Plus the possibility of transport! I do find technology often more photogenic than nature, though, I’m a typical urban person who enjoys the civilisation more than the wilderness.
Yeah, I feel similar – although I love the mountains or the woods I’m still rather to be found in the city, photographing cracked walls or cemeteries^^
Awe, it’s good to see someone who shares my sentiments!
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