And I am very glad we went. Since I couldn't always see the boys, I spent a lot of time looking up. (Oak was following Sunflower around which I also did at times--very difficult since she can get through parts we cannot, but fun.) Now I cannot decide which to e-mail Jill, and these are just my very favorite from each set. It was a beautiful and fun day.
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|1/500 f/4 55mm ISO 100|
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|1/500 f/22 55mm ISO 100|
Then Sunday we went to visit my dad (and I took some pictures for the Father's Day prompt) and his Rhodie bush was so tall I had to look straight up to take pictures.
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It may not look like it, but I really did narrow my choices down. I didn't give you the crow in flight or the pretty, fluffy clouds, or Sunflower peaking from the park equipment, or the other kite, or the airplane leaving a jet trail or one of several others. Jill is right; looking up allowed for a lot of variety. Oh, and I didn't know how to represent this in a photograph, but the numbers are "looking up" in regards to our adoption.
Be sure to check out Jill's Blog today for more "Looking Up" themed photos!