Ground Level Macro & Close-Up
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The largest percentage of photos are taken from the eye height of an upright standing photographer. Generally, the percentage of photos becomes smaller as the point of view gets lower... which is normal to the most. But how many photos are taken down low, near the ground? There are many themes that deserve a bit of calisthenics! What have you photographed at ground level? NOTE: Please read all the rules before submitting your work.
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Thursday, 31st May, 2012 (GMT)
Thursday, 7th June, 2012 – Wednesday, 13th June, 2012 (GMT)
Thursday, 14th June, 2012 – Wednesday, 20th June, 2012 (GMT)
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