Day 10~ August 10th~ Boracay


a tilted horizon

It is so curious how we sometimes obsess about making things straight when in fact almost everything is curvy on this feminine planet. Even a straight line curves to make a full circle if its ends were to meet. My apologies to readers and photographers who love to see a perfectly straight horizon, but the tilt intrigues and pleases me πŸ™‚

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39 comments

  1. As you may have noticed I rather like a tilt myself Mimo πŸ˜‰

  2. Really like the choice you made here. Rules are made to be broken!

  3. It doesn’t always work, but this one certainly does. The figure in the foreground makes it. Great!

  4. I guess with the girl standing there, tilting makes it all perfect alignment, if that makes sense.

  5. Madame Mimo another Stunning composition!!! cheers Nonoy Manga

  6. Oh how I love this post, both the image and the thought behind it πŸ™‚ As always, Mimo, you make me think and imagine in new ways.

  7. Love this picture, its content and quality. Thanks.

  8. Who says things always have to be perfectly straight? How boring that would be! I like to angle my furniture in a room too….. πŸ™‚

  9. There are times and places for rules to be forgotten. This is one of them…

  10. You are forgiven. I simply tilt my head and everything is fine. πŸ™‚
    No, it’s perfectly fine as it is.

  11. Mimo, a glorious photo! I noticed that the ripples of water as they spread out beneath the feet of the child, they form (IMO) almost a perfect heart! πŸ™‚ thumbs up!!!!

  12. What a stunning image! Thanks for your creativity!!!

  13. Dreamy. Another beautiful shot.

  14. Indeed: i’ve recently begun to tilt my camera. works well on the Brooklyn Bridge, New York or Paris.
    Thanks for the picha. Nice

  15. It should not always be straight, Madhu. Like this picture – perfect!

  16. Beautiful Mimmo, I love the tilted horizon too. That is what makes your photo’s stand apart from others… you dare to be different, to break the rules of photography. It works, I love it!!

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