Bird’s-eye-view photos are neat and have their place.
I like to take bug’s-eye-view shots as well.
So here are some taken during our recent visit to northwest Mexico.
The hose was filling the “dam” around the plants.
We left the project untended too long.
The water ran over.
Location: front of Margy’s house in Ejido Santa María
Mark & Ruby Roth and Chris Strubhar
tripod: beer bottle jammed into the sand
Location: Playa El Cochorit near Empalme, Sonora, Mexico
What fer flower is that?
Location: Margy’s back yard; porch fence; near outhouse
Greenery frames our rental van
(Enterprise is The Company for going this far into Mexico)
Location: Margy’s back yard; near “garage”
Tender fresh sprouts on nopal (prickly pear cactus)
Location: Margy’s front yard; close to fence
Margy’s expectant cat
No, I don’t know her name
Location: does it matter?
Margy’s doorstop girl
Holding the “office” door open
Location: in Margy’s living room
Mild waves at close range
Location: a beach in San Carlos, near Guaymas, Sonora Mexico
Posed piece of driftwood
(That Ruby found and would have liked to bring home)
Location: Cochorit Beach, near Empalme)
You see the pretty shell, of course
Do you see the big bubble at water’s edge?
I didn’t at the time
Not even after several views of the photo
In fact, not until I chose it to post here this morning
Location: Playas El Cochorit
I know I don’t have time to post this stuff. 🙄