Translate

Blog Archive

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Wordless Wednesday: Looking up at the Post Office Box



To find other wordless participants, please visit the home of Wordless Wednesday.

18 comments:

Robert V. Sobczak said...

Great perspective. You must have been lying down on your back.

snippets said...

great perspective!

maiylah said...

very nice!!

Lori said...

Great shot. Wow...Happy WW:)

Angela said...

Wow, what a beautiful angle and a bright blue sky. I'm proud to be an American!

Poutalicious said...

It almost looks like a kite. I love this view.

Poutalicious said...

I see a jet.

JO said...

awesome!


My WW here

EastCoastLife said...

That's a lovely shot! I like the blue blue sky!

Napaboaniya said...

I am loving the shot from below upwards at the flag swaying :)

Dora said...

The plane looks like a small housefly in the blue sky. ;p

Indrani said...

BEAUTIFUL!
And the aircraft in the shot adds life to it.

jams o donnell said...

Such deep,vibrant colours. Great shot!

mommanator said...

up up and away, what a great pic!

Maureen Hayes said...

What a terrific idea! You are so creative in your shots and it shows in the quality you capture. I really like this and it will make me think to look at things from another perspective, and hopefully, improve my own photos.

Happy WW!

Sue said...

Wow! Stunning shot!

My WW entry is here

Thank you for stopping by! :)

Marc said...

The second one is great. Perfect background for the stars and stripes.

lissa said...

I love both pics but this is my favorite, there's a casualness about it, ordinary but quite appealing

Labels

About Me

My photo
I like to take photographs and I use blogging as a way to share my photography. I started blogging for other reasons but no longer feel the need or have the desire to write beyond a narrative for my photography.

Nature Notes

Nature Notes

The Weekend in Black and White

Today's Flowers

Today's Flowers

That's My World Tuesday

ABC Wednesday

Photohunters

Photohunters
Photographs on this site are by Carver © 2006 - 2016