WPC: Looking up

When we went to Glendalough we walked to the 2nd lake which is the larger one. After the long walk, we decided to rest for a while in those lush green grass. I love grasses, walking on them, lying down on them and looking up at the sky. So there we were lying down on the grass, taking a break when I wondered if I could capture the place upside down. So I clicked this one.lookup1.JPG

Once I got that then I started to watch the clouds pass by. It was a fairly good day there. No rains, sun shining bright. I thought this particular movement of the clouds looked like the skeletal remains of a huge animal like Dinosaur or a Dragon. What do you think.lookup2.JPG

Speaking of Looking up, here is another one. This looks like a glass floor doesn’t?


But actually it is the reflection of the glass floor in the mirror placed on the roof.  Here is a clear view of that. When I looked up, I felt a little loopy. Oh, yeah forgot to tell you the place. This is a section of the Tower Bridge.



  1. jimholroyd365 · July 8, 2016

    interesting angles

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    • KG · July 8, 2016

      Thank you, Jim 🙂


  2. swo8 · July 8, 2016

    Makes you think.

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  4. Leya · July 9, 2016

    Great angles, great take.

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    • KG · July 9, 2016

      Thank you, Leya ☺


  5. Sue Ranscht · July 9, 2016

    Very cool. And yes, dinosaur bones or possibly a dragon’s — or the foamy edge of a wave washing up on the shore.

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  7. Abrie Joubert · July 9, 2016

    Like your upside down reflection photos and thanks for taking me to Tower Bridge 🙂


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  10. Awa on the Road · July 11, 2016

    I like the last photo. Good capture.

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  11. Photography Journal Blog · July 11, 2016

    Interesting take on the challenge.


  12. yhealthy2000 · July 12, 2016

    My favorite is the last photo. Nice photos for this challenge.

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  13. Marga Demmers · July 20, 2016

    That last photo is great and explains the effects on the others. Nice series.

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