It’s hard to think of down without thinking of its opposite: up. As a matter of fact, we use the expression up and down quite often. We anticipate that what goes up, must eventually, go down.
Down can also describe our moods. No one wants to feel down, on the other hand, people who are down to earth put everyone else at ease.
Here are my pick of photos that express down. It wasn’t difficult to find examples, I have quite a few. What was more difficult was deciding which ones to include. Let me know which you like.
I like looking down, seeing how everyday things get smaller, the higher up you are. These houses, for example, look as small as matchboxes. Imagine how large those rocks above are even at a distance.
Visitors on line waiting to climb the Eiffel Tower look tiny, a little higher up and they’d look as small as ants.
This is my entry to this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge organized by WordPress.
16 comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Down”
Wow! Incredible aerial views. I love those those angles.
The Eiffel Tower pic is cool. I like looking down from the top of tall structures and seeing all the ants marching around. It makes you realize how small we are.
Thanks, Scott. In the scheme of things, we sure are miniscule.
All are excellent examples of the prompt – DOWN! Great job! 🙂
Some amazing photos here – all offering different perspectives.
Hi Marcia, thanks for sharing this wonderful collection of pics. All of them are so beautiful. I like the view from Table mountain.
Great shots, the one next to the Eiffel tower made me wanna throw a water balloon 🙂
Hahahaha Eric, I burst out laughing when I read that. So true. Thanks for stopping by.
You’re welcome, Apurva. Glad you like the Table Mountain shot. It’s a beautiful place.
Thanks for stopping by my blog.
All the pictures are just remarkable! My favorites are the Cape town sea and the Eiffel tower one!
Both great choices, Naxysch.
Oh dear I have just chosen my favorites! You are the one who took these shot so all the credit goes to you! 🙂
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