Monday, 27 January 2014

Ch-ch-ch-changes in Perspective


That's not the call of a highland cow — it's a foghorn, and it's the sound that has punctuated many a morning beach walk this past fortnight or so ("fortnight" is not in my active vocabulary, but I like it, and Vancouver's current connection to London fog gives me a good excuse to use it, I think).

Anyway ... foggy fotos are fun ... but fog also provides an interesting change in perspective ... which has inspired me to play around with perspective in today's pics ...


For those follow such trivia, Freddie is now able to spend 20 minutes alone (with about 30-60 seconds of whining at the start). Progress! His ability to ignore passing dogs is up and down (well, actually, it's nonexistent, as he never really ignores another dog), but overall I think there is progress in that department as well. It all depends on one's perspective ...

"... for there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so."

~ Hamlet II, ii


  1. Wonderful! (But now I have a sore neck.)

    1. Oh, Flash. You're supposed to experience the images as they are; otherwise, you're just getting regular perspective with a sore neck.


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