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Up. Up can be a direction, an orientation, or even a movement. In this photo, I was laying down and looking…

Image courtesy of Sara Rosso

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Image courtesy of Sara Rosso

Image courtesy of Sara Rosso

Up. Up can be a direction, an orientation, or even a movement. In this photo, I was laying down and looking up at two buildings surrounding me in a big hug of sorts, and a plane flew by. On the ground, I was surrounded by crowds of people, but looking up, it was just me and the sky.  

In a new post specifically created for this challenge, share a picture which means UP to you!

I can’t wait to see what you come up with!

- Sara Rosso

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    1. @Queen of Zoom – Awesome that you’ve been with the Daily Post this long! Congrats! I think it’s time for a new interpretation, don’t you think?

  1. Hm,,,,,,, What shall it be? I am personally heaven-mad, almost half of my photos are of the sky (the other half minute details) so I should probably do something about up that isn’t sky…

    1. @ideflex – we didn’t do “Up” in January 2013 :) but I also don’t think we should be afraid of revisiting themes especially when so much time as has passed, and the theme itself is open to broad interpretation!

      Looking forward to your new post :)

      1. I was offering a link to Where’s my backpack’s Travel theme: Up photo challenge for those who might be interested in seeing how this theme has previously been interpreted….

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