I have photos of large things: mountains, trees, tall buildings, lakes, the ocean… But sometimes large is a perception. A contrast of scale. Like this little toy car in front of a very large truck
Could not get the literal out of my head. No idea if this makes “a good experience a truly transcendent one” but it certainly is a cherry on top of a top.
I reckon this is a tad older than 50 years 😉 .
An English folk song says the Wheels on the Bus go round and round but on this car they go up and down. All night long.
Full moon rising over the town clock tower. (The time shown is *not* correct 🙂 )
Jen suggested, “For this week’s challenge, try to look past the big picture and take a more intimate approach. Zoom in on details in unexpected places…”
Well, most of us carry these intimate items around all the time and never pay any attention to them at all (unless, perhaps, they get rapped or skinned!)
This sign on a sculpture invites you to look up at the following: