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Reaching The Summit

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posted by Wes Iversen alias Wes Iversen on Saturday 9th of January 2021 06:21:45 AM

The top is in sight! I'm about to conquer Mount Window Screen!! Smile on Saturday: "One Point Perspective" theme, described as follows: "The one-point perspective is a composition technique that initially came from drawing. It is showing how elements seem to get smaller and smaller when positioned towards the background. In photography the main idea behind the one-point perspective is to use parallel lines that lead towards the background. It will create the effect of the lines merging more and more together towards the background; they lead towards one point and that's called the vanishing point." I used an old window screen to try and get the converging parallel lines, which was somewhat, though only moderately successful. But the shot was pretty boring without some additional interest, so I decided to jump into the frame, which I concede pretty much messes up the idea of a vanishing point. Oh well, I kinda like the image anyway. :-) HSoS Also for Our Daily Challenge "Something Extra" theme, in this case "Extra Silly" :-)

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