-Look Up, Look Down Challenge, Week 34

You are all probably wondering how in the world did I come across such a picture. Well! Here’s my story… Florida has many bodies of water and canals and I wanted to capture pictures of boats. I stopped at a canal and couldn’t find any yachts or smalls boats, but as I began to look through the lens of the camera, I came across builders on the other side of the canal so I took a picture of the guys working. Then, I continue looking through the lens and saw this guy sitting on a small ledge sort of dozing off. He was just content sitting on top of the world. How crazy is that…

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Love to read, write, and meditate. I Also have a creative side. I enjoy crafting and designing and when I want action, then I dance.
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11 Responses to -Look Up, Look Down Challenge, Week 34

  1. y. prior says:

    wonderful! at first the pictures just seemed like workers as you looked up – but then when I read your text – it is amazing the way he sits there – ON TOP OF THE WORLD – so comfy and justchillin’. So this was such nice piece of street and social photography!!

    oh and this is why I like some of the challenges – especially Debbie’s look up – look down one – it makes me see things I would normally walk right by…. and look what you found!! great eye!


  2. jakesprinter says:

    Great captured my friend …Thanks for posting 🙂


  3. Amy Pinkrose says:

    How in the world did that guy DOZE and not fall off from his perch? I couldn’t have done it. Amazing pictures, Lor!!!


  4. Funny what you capture when looking through a lens….!


  5. M. Zane McClellan says:

    This is a great candid shot! It always amazes me the things some people can sleep through, or where they manage to sleep. When I lived in NY I never understood people who slept on the subway or bus LOL. Thanks for sharing this Lor.


  6. Livonne says:

    I love finding those bits of life around that we wouldn’t normally notice. Great shot 🙂


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