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Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Look up look down @ the museum

I’ve created a button for everyone joining in with this weekly photo project

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– you can grab the code on my bar on the left – so lovely to see what everyone is seeing when they look up and down with their camera

I took my photos on a trip to the museum.  I love looking at the structure of the main foyer, as well as the exhibits.  I took the photos on the 1st floor.

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Several comments mentioned the arrow frames, so I’m using them again.  I created them using a digital ‘brush’ from Ali Edwards ‘This Way 3x4 journal cards’ brush set.

10 comments:

Maria Ontiveros said...

Yea! So glad you created a button.
I almost did a look up//look down at the soccer game. I still might!
Rinda

Miriam said...

Oh I love this, the look down makes me feel strange when I look at it, even on screen. What a beautiful place!

Karen said...

What a perfect spot for this project! These are great.

alexa said...

What a wonderful up/down this is, visually - the quality of light and the roof structure is glorious. Hope you had a lovely day!

Elizabeth said...

Oh, my, I would get dizzy looking up in the museum. I like the different perspectives between the up and the down. I'll get mine up and down posted by the end of the week.

Sian said...

Yep, loving the frames and what they display again this week :)

Deb @ Paper Turtle said...

Love your clever photos, and those arrow/borders are awesome!

Jimjams said...

I'm amazed at how the up & down have shared characteristics - this is fun to see each week.

Alison said...

Love the button...Thank you! Great pics and I too like the borders..have just posted my pics!
Alison xx

Sue said...

Hi - I found your blog through the 30 Days of Lists Forum

Although I live in the US (and am American); I have always loved visiting your country. I was last there in July 2012. My husband and I brought my daughter for her first visit and also brought my best friend and her family.

We spent a lovely (but rainy) day at the Museum of Scotland. And I have photos that look just like the ones you show.

Thanks for the reminder.