1. Happens Everyday
This was the hardest of the prompts for me this week. I finally went to my archives. Even if you are driving home from work with someones bright headlights shining in your eyes, the sun still sets every day.
2. Upside Down
One of the things we do as a family is to play disc golf. My son is very good at making his disc sail long distances. We lost track of one he threw and searched for it for quite some time. Someone (that would be me) suggested we should look up in the trees. We finally spotted it way up high. It took many attempts to dislodge it by throwing things at it but it finally fell upside down to the ground. This was the first time I had ever seen one no matter how bad the throw, land on it's head.
I spent quite awhile at the antique show looking for something that was truly natural. I found a girl with blue hair who assured me that it was her natural color. I took her picture intended to use it, but it didn't come out right (maybe because it really wasn't natural?) so I settled for the natural light of the sun shining in through the doors. It was quite a contrast to the poor lighting that we had in the building for this show. I kind of like it. Maybe next time I'll ask to set my booth in the lobby!
We had a customer fall in love with this Royal Crown Cola wagon. He asked his wife for permission to buy it. He picked it up and looked it over. All of a sudden he put it down and exclaimed, "Somebody made this!" I think, per my customer, that this qualifies as man-made.
5. Looking Down
You may have to turn your head sideways to view this picture properly. I stood on the rock ledge leaning forward and looking down at the lake last week so I could get a picture of the side of the ledge.
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