Weekly Photo Challenge: Up

This week’s photo challenge with the Daily Post is entitled “Up.”

I thought of a few places where up would be appropriate to describe the photo.

I narrowed it down to two… I know, photo challenge and decisiveness fail.

The first photo is from when we were in London last May.  We saw the London Eye and this picture was taken looking up at it and the sky from a point still down the road.  I like how the upper bit of a beautiful building was caught in the shot too.IMG_1231

The second photo is from when I went on a trip with my Nuc Med class to a conference in Washington.  We were being touristy and wound up at the old post office building on a glass elevator to the best view in the city (or so someone told us… And I think it was true) when we discovered the mirrored ceiling, which then brought on a strange photo opportunity.  We are looking up, but it is like the camera is looking down on us.Washington_0396

Be sure to check out the other entries on the Daily post page.

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