Photography 101: Edge

Our Day 18 assignment for Photography 101 was “Edge”. I have included photos of various edges from a wildflower field, view up/down a 76-story skyscraper, mountain ridge, and waterfall.

This photo highlights the edge of a country field filled with yellow wildflowers in the spring near Brenham, Texas. It also shows the edges of the horizontal fence slats in the foreground.

Edge of field

Edge of field

In this photo, I was looking up from the base of the 76-story Columbia Center in Seattle, Washington, where I was going to attend my niece’s wedding reception on the top floor. Seeing the edge of this skyscraper from this angle illustrates just how high it is.

Looking up

Looking up

From the 76th floor in the Columbia Tower Club, I took this photo looking straight down the edge of the building to the buildings, street, cars, and some people below. It really demonstrates how high it was, and complements the other photo I took looking up.

Looking down

Looking down

While hiking in the Olympic National Park, I took this photo of the edge of Hurricane Ridge with other sky-capped mountains in the background.

Hurricane Ridge

Hurricane Ridge

This photo shows Marymere Falls falling over the edge of the cliff into a pool below. This was taken on a hike near Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park, Washington.

Marymere Falls

Marymere Falls

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