Weekly Photo Challenge: An Unusual Point of View

This week’s photo challenge with the Daily Post is called “An Unusual Point of View.”  It asks us to take a picture in a way we wouldn’t normally, by focusing on something different, using a new angle or framing the shot with something else.

My photo of choice is from our adventures in PEI.  The Child and I rode the ferris wheel while our husbands mini-golfed and L&C canoodled on a bench below.  It was a great time and now looking at the picture, I miss summer already.   I picked the shot because normally I would be inclined to just take a picture of the scenery from the top, but instead, I included the car in front of us.  IMG_0823

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