One shot, two perspectives: Thomson’s bush


When I read this weekly photo challenge my first thought wasn’t taking the shot twice, it was what would happen if you cropped it differently.

We went for a walk today in Thomson’s bush, a local park. It wasn’t at all like I expected. Flanked on two sides with houses and one side with a road, you could still easily forget you were so close to civilisation.

This shot was taken with my phone, at ground level. I thought it was interesting to see what happened to it if I cropped it. In portrait mode the eye is drawn to the height of the trees, and upwards through the photo. cropped to landscape, the eye is drawn along the ground level down the path and into the bush.

Here are the other shots I also took. Beautiful setting.

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