On the way, North Island, NZ
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “On the Way.”
One of the best ‘out of the car’ photos I have ever seen. The top of the door really frames it very nicely.
Thank you so much! It was fun to play around with the car window as a frame – so glad the intent came through!
It’s such an inspired idea. I always try too hard to lean out of the window to avoid seeing the car but you’ve very cleverly done something much better! I might keep this in mind next time I’m hovering over the moving tarmac ;-D
“Christina’s World,” with sheep.
You are so right! There’s another one in this series that I’ll post shortly – stay tuned!
yes i like this !
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Well framed photo.
Thanks for visiting.
Thanks – yet another use for a car window.
What a smooth shot – I thought for a moment you were underneath an overpass, or bridge!
Ha! Thanks Patti – I loved the curve.
You captured it perfectly.
Great image; Laura is right the car window frames the shot wonderfully.
Thanks, Su. Why disguise a shot from the car photo – celebrate it in all its glory! 😉
there are so many things I like about this photo – but the tiny little bitty fence is my fav – gives a feel for the scale and adds so much to the depth as we look out the window with you. 🙂
Thank you – you picked up my favorite detail!!
This is perfect. It says ‘on the way’ even without a title. I’m going to link to it so my readers can enjoy it too. For some reason it harkens back to the dust bowl days to me.
Cheers, Dawn. Glad you enjoyed it!
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