This week’s theme : The World Through Your Eyes.
Having recently bought a house by the beach, we’re trying to spend as much time there as possible before we leave for our next adventure. Every day at the beach, I have the opportunity to change the focus in my pictures and I love testing myself with different perspectives.
This picture represents what the world at the beach, in Progreso, Mexico, looks like through my newly-focused eyes.
[Es] Como compramos una casa en la playa hace poco, intentamos pasar lo más tiempo posible ahí antes de irnos a vivir la siguiente aventura. Cada día en la playa, tengo la oportunidad de cambiar el foco de mi atención en mis fotos y me encanta buscar perspectivas distintas.
Ésta foto representa lo qué es el mundo de la playa en Progreso, México, a través de una nueva mirada.
[Fr] Comme nous avons récemment acheté une maison à la plage, nous y passons le plus de temps possible avant de nous envoler vers notre prochaine aventure. Chaque jour passé à la plage me donne l’opportunité d’essayer de nouveaux horizons en photographie et j’aime particulièrement jouer avec la perspective.
Cette photo représente ce que je vois du monde sur la plage de Progreso au Mexique, avec cette nouvelle perspective.
These interpretations were really cool, you should have a look:
Weekly Photo Challenge – Inspire Through the Lens
Weekly Photo Challenge – Monochrome
Weekly Photo Challenge – Pancake Ashes
Weekly Photo Challenge – Right in front of me
Weekly Photo Challenge – Ireland, multiple sclerosis and me
and many more can be found here, as usual!
Happy first week-end of summer (in the northern hemisphere!)!!
45 commentaires sur “Weekly Photo Challenge : The World Through Your Eyes”
I like the way you defined the focus of the picture for us. Wish I could write my accompanying information in as many languages as you can! 🙂
Thanks, Janet, for your undying support! Being an interpreter helps the 3-language writing 😉 and I still wish I could add my 4th (sign language!).
Nice interpretation of the challenge.
I love this photo – light and shade, focus, the laziness contrasted with the potential liveliness and that sense of love and luxury.
it’s always so interesting to have everybody’s viewpoint on a picture – exactly what the challenge was about. thanks for sharing.
I can share the luck! Mexico is an idyllic destination for vacation, in spite of what the media says… if you know where to go!
Oh..I wish I where there!
Do come, it’s a lovely place to spend the summer! or winter, for that matter! when it’s cold everywhere else, it’s very nice here! AND, I have a house for rent right there! 😉
Your life is stacked with such joyous discoveries through many cultures. How fortunate you are.
I truly am and happy every day to have found peace in my heart and be able to share it. Thanks for your kind words too, they’re always very inspiring, just as much as your pictures. Cheers and lots of love and adventures to you!
I hope, it’s a Tsunami-free-zone!
Unfortunately, the Yucatan Peninsula is subject to hurricanes once in a while… but it has never seen a tsunami and I touch wood as I’m writing these words! the house we bought is not directly on the beach but a few feet away and in between 2 other houses, so hopefully all will be well in the best of worlds! 😉 Want to come over for your vacation?
Only a few FEET?
Thank you, but I have built my own non-public resort – on high ground, where I could watch the others drowning.
ahahahahaha all right… there is a terrace on the roof, does that count?
OK! And any lifesaving-boat?
oups… forgot that one! 😉