Back in the day, I did not get "grounded". I got "sent to my room". Once I became a parent, when the kids were little, there was "time-out". Then as the kids got older they got "grounded".
I always felt it was more of a punishment for me than it was for them. I often wondered if it taught them anything, especially since at the end of their "groundation" they would tell me that they were glad I "grounded" them because they got so much done!
But "getting grounded" has taken on a whole new meaning for me. I am now referring to my camera. And, no, I do not take away privileges or confine it to it's camera bag.
I put it on the ground and press the shutter button.
It's a blind shot. I do not crawl on my belly and look through the viewfinder. (I may or may not have done that before)
It's all about perspective. Sometimes as I
It's another kind of surprise party for me. The view from ground level is sometimes surprisingly beautiful.
And I don't have to crawl around on my belly all the time!
It is one of my favorite things!
Give it a try sometime. It's fun!
Keep adding your "favorite things" to the gallery! You're knocking our socks off!
"The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes." ~Marcel Proust