Perspective confusion

Hang onto your hat as you hang over the edge:

Street art looking down the side of a tall building to a car parked below

Part of the first Les Extatiques open air art show at La Defense, Paris, July 2018

And now, back down to solid ground.

Wider view of the street art which plays with perspective and the car that looked horizontal is actually vertical

Inner City Paris / Buenos Aires, by Leandro Erlich

 


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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 10 July 2020

Posted as part of SquarePerspectives

24 thoughts on “Perspective confusion

    1. You have some interesting photos TJ. You need to develop your connections with other bloggers, leaving meaningful comments and getting involved in conversations. This will help bring you viewers and get return comments, and all of that will help you development and expand your blog

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      1. Yes, I know I lack some connections with my blog family.. I will put more effort and I will always try to hold meaningful conversations with my fellow bloggers. Thank you for the thoughtful and helpful comment

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        1. It took me a long time to get into it too. I had not realised what a community there is behind the blogs. Joining challenge or two is one of the best ways of getting inside. The Becky challenge I mentioned on your blog is a good one – daily for a month once a quarter. And my One Word Sunday is good too – quite a small group of chatty bloggers 🙂

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  1. oh wow, this is extraordinary street art. Love it, and also love the fact this is my second trip to Buenos Aires (albeit via Paris this time). Was only there 5 minutes ago

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