The following are two views of the same thing: Confucius’s Grave.
These are photos from Qufu in Shandong Province, China. Confucius’s home town.
The July Perspectives is ending. It has been so much fun to try and think about things from the square perspective. Thank you, Becky, for this great challenge.
A few photos looking up.
The shapes and textures of the forest canopy are different in different places. The textures of these New Zealand tree tops are very different from what one sees looking up at the forests here in the Pacific Northwest.
We only had two full, very jet lagged, days in Buenos Aires and it seemed to spin around. Maybe the obelisk is its pivot point. It surprised me how such a large thing could hide so easily and suddenly pop out as one emerged from a little side street.
This is 90 mile beach in New Zealand. It’s not actually 90 miles long, the Wiki says 88 km. It is however long enough to be rather amazing. It is no longer as useable as it once was as weather patterns have changed and the dunes have built up blocking access and egress, or just making them very difficult.
This photo of our tour bus gives you an idea of the magnitude of the beach.
I put my camera down on the rocks by this tide pool to try and get a picture of the reflections of the clouds in the tide pool. It didn’t really work for that, but it does give an unusual perspective on the Bay of Islands from the beach in Paihia.
The Cathedral San Isidro in a suburb of Buenos Aires.
The Forbidden City has a plethora of examples of shaping the experience of seeing. In this case the shape is round. I took this picture because I felt like I was looking backwards through a spyglass.
Goose trivia: a group of geese is called a “gaggle” if they are on land or in water, in flight they are called a skein, team or wedge.
Forhttps://beckybofwinchester.com/2020/07/03/square-perspective-3/ Becky of Winchester’s July Squares: Perspective.