I’ve been looking for a geometric perspective, and specifically the way parallel lines appear to meet each other at a point in the distance. So far this is the closest I have got hence it only making it into the July Square prequels! How are you getting on?

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  1. Doing good, hanging in there with another shutdown looming. There may be a lot of “my perspective” photos for this challenge. And I may have to use images I’ve been taking for the last few months if we get totally locked down. The virus is spreading at an alarming rate here in the US because people can’t be socially responsible and we have a president that is a total idiot! I’m excited for squares to be back! πŸ™‚ How are you doing?

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  2. I’m not doing too badly, but I am not very organised at all for my blog other than I always have starts of spare ideas jotted down. I generally make a possible square pics file, but then I only use half of them at best, so part of my preparation is revisiting all my unused squares from the last few times to see why I decided not to use them. πŸ™‚ I do think this is going to be a great topic because there is so much scope, but I suppose the proof of the pudding will be in the eating!

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    1. oh no, I am sorry don’t mean to confuse. I was thinking perspective would work quite well for everyone. Your square could be of a view of something, or maybe you could look at a building or sign from an unusual angle or perhaps just share something that has happened in the day. Hope this helps

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        1. Squares can be anything you want – it’s your opportunity to share your perspective on life ☺️ and don’t worry about block editor lots of bloggers aren’t using it yet xx

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    1. Hee hee, yes I usually have everything scheduled and then someone comes up with something brilliant and so I end up re-thinking loads of squares!

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  3. I’ve started a folder with candidates (procrastination is a wonderful thing if it helps not to procrastinate on something else!). I have to whittle down as I ended up with way more than what will be needed (yet not squared yet and many might be cut). Interesting aside: I checked around for definitions of perspective in English and German and “bird’s eye view” translates almost literally into “Vogelperspektive” (without the eye) but your “worm’s eye view” is a “Froschperspektive” = frog’s view in German. Now I just hope that the worm’s eye view is correct.

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    1. That’s how I start too. My folder ends up being enormous, which is why I usually have lots of prequels like this one

      Love how you share the German versions. I learn so much. Also now realised that whilst I have a bird’s eye view planned, I have no worm’s eye view!

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