The Beauty of Looking Down

While there is so much beauty in looking up… Don’t forget to look down too, as there is more than you know, beneath those feet of yours.

The prettiest patterns in the flat sand of St.Ives, EnglandDSC03457The best landmarks of London as seen from a plane, the best time to look down!DSC06656Colourful and uneven cobbled pavements in Prague, Czech RepublicDSC_0008Fishing families going about their daily routine in the countryside of Battambang, CambodiaDSC_0012Signs and Autumn leaves below your feet in Santiago, ChileDSC05657The snail shell like road at the boarder of Argentina and Chile, scarier than it looks!DSC_0417An artist creating a masterpiece below your feet in Berlin, GermanyDSC00963The amazing views of Geneva, Switzerland from above as seen from the cable carDSC02129Look down to the vineyards below in Valle de Elqui, ChileDSC02693A couple looking down over London from The Sky GardenDSC03021Views from up high to down below on the mountain of Carnedd Dafydd, WalesDSC03194Looking down on Santiago from Costanera Center, ChileDSC04529Colour is everywhere in Cartagena, Colombia, even on the ground!DSC04763Look through the hole and further still in Siem Reap, CambodiaDSC_0170Shadows of summery trees on the ground in Santiago, ChileDSC05436Lines and lines in Pupuya, Chile, nature is it’s own artist!DSC05714Look down before devouring the most amazing passion fruit sorbet in Valparaíso, Chile.  Still dreaming of this one!DSC05924Autumn trees had shed their leaves in Birmingham, EnglandDSC06235The clearest water you can find in Sihanoukville, CambodiaDSC_0182Very different from this icy snow in the mountains of Los Andes, ChileDSC06370Views from above to the beach below in Rio de Janeiro, BrazilDSCF1422Fish air drying on the ground in Battambang, Cambodia, as fresh as it gets!DSC_0047Ready to dive in Cartagena, Colombia on a hot and humid day.DSC05125

Do you taken photos looking down?

Marcella  xx

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40 thoughts on “The Beauty of Looking Down

  1. Ah I think this is fantastic! I am always looking up but I’m probably guilty of not looking down too much. I think I need to change that!

  2. View (and photos) from unusual angles are definitenly the best – I love that one through the hole in Cambodia, a little terrifying! And the drying fish has a mesmerising pattern #wanderfulwednesday

  3. You always have the most beautiful pictures! We definitely need to remember that beauty is all around us, and take a second to look down or up or all around us so we don’t miss out!

  4. What a fun roundup of photos! When I studied in Italy we always joked that we were always looking down – to avoid stepping in dog poop which seemed to be everywhere. My friends and I always joked that we bet Italy was pretty, if we had looked up.

  5. What a cool perspective! The ‘looking down’ photos I take are mostly of manholes. Some countries like Japan have pretty quirky manholes! I love checking them out. #WanderfulWednesday

  6. a few months ago i discovered the instagram account #ihavethisthingwithfloors. I’ve been slightly obsessed with feet pictures ever since then! there are so many little details i pay closer attention to now that travel writing and photography is part of my career. I’m always looking for that unique shot and that really keeps me on my toes and makes me aware of so many little details i would have passed by.

    • I love that Insta account! I love all of the #ihavethisthingwith accounts – floors, doors, walls! They are all so pretty and inspiring!
      I totally agree that photography and blogging always makes you look closer and take more notice of the details 🙂

  7. I look down a lot, partly because I’m so clumsy that I have to or I end up tripping over everything. I love these photos, you’ve seen some great things on your travels (and hopefully not fallen over any of them). Here’s to more shoefies 🙂

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