Cee’s Compose Yourself Photo Challenge: Perspective

My entry for the Compose Yourself Perspective Challenge. You can enlarge any image by clicking on it!

The object is to place the stag beetle onto a familiar object (i.e. the upside-down register) using that perspective to emphasize the true length this beetle. That length is about 1 and 3/4 inches.
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The Mackinac Bridge is five miles in length. The bronze sculpture memorializing the workers who built the bridge stands a little larger than life-size. I worked around a bit to get each object into this portrait-oriented image. Had I known this challenge was coming, I would have tried a landscape-oriented shot too!
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Arch Rock looks down onto Lake Huron. If you look carefully, you can see a couple of people at the water’s edge. They give a true measure of the camera’s elevation above the roadway. The second capture shows Arch Rock from where those people had been!
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Looks like the tulips scraping the windows. The camera was on the ground looking up at the flowers to compose this image. The house is across the street from ours.
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In the last three images, we look at a long stretch of the Great Wall of China from a low , an even and a high vantage point. The high vantage point is approximately level with the highest tower across the way in that capture. I tried to encompass the length of the wall as it snakes through the mountains using these three perspectives.
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See more use of perspective in composition at Cee’s Compose Yourself Photo Challenge: Week #13 Perspective!

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