Weekly Challenge: Beneath your Feet

This week the challenge asks us to look down around our feet.  You don’t often take photos at that angle so it was a real challenge.

I have looked through some old photos and have found a couple of me actually looking down.

The first one is at the Queen Victoria Building in Sydney.  They have restored this building to its former glory and I love the tiles, so much so that I did look down and took a photo.  It was a bit dark and I was using my wide angle lens so had to hold it pretty steady as it ended up being a slow shutter.  This gave an added blurred effect to everyone’s feet which I quite liked.

On one other occasion, in 2011 we were in London walking towards Buckingham Palace when my friend looked down and saw a gold circle on the ground which said Princess Diana Memorial Walk so the three of us all put one foot on it as a sign of respect and to celebrate us all being there together.

Beneath your feet QV building (1 of 1)-3

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  1. They both are remarkable.


  2. Pretty! I love such patterns and motifs. I love looking down every now and then because I know many walking paths have beautiful designs.


  3. I like the effect. Beautiful shots, Kaz! 🙂

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  4. I like the London challenge, which is to guess which foot is yours 😉 First thought, the smart painted toenails, but then maybe you would be the sensible walking shoes. 🙂

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  5. Really like your take on this challenge Kaz, especially like the black & white image 🙂

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  6. love the blur on the first one…..almost spectral…..like a ghost has entered the scene! 🙂

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  7. These are great! I love all the blurred feet, like looking through a veil.
    Thanks for the follow!


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