Black & White Sunday: From Above

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For today’s challenge in black and white you are supposed to post a photo taken from above. Don’t let the fear of heights and vertigo stop you, you don’t have to climb high. Sometimes all it takes is to look down at your feet. My example is showing a view of 25 de Abril Bridge in Lisbon taken from the bottom of Cristo Rei statue. And, yes, I was dizzy looking down.Β 

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65 thoughts on “Black & White Sunday: From Above

  1. What a stunning photo Paul- the reflection of the bridge in the water makes it even more special. I did gasp when I first saw it as I have a fear of heights and the photo is so clear I felt as if I were actually standing looking at it. Amazing πŸ™‚


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