WPC: Unusual Point of View.


I think that most people, when they go to a restaurant, focus on the menu, wine list and then their food. I was so fascinated by the ceiling fans at Elvi’s Kitchen in San Pedro, that I just had to snap a pic.

IMG_1645

When my brother-in-law was showing me around his lovely country garden in England, I was more fascinated by the foxholes in the river bank, than the flowers.

SANYO DIGITAL CAMERA

Lastly, here are the wooden cogs inside the top of the windmill we visited at Kinderdijk in Holland. These cogs are used to transfer power from the sails, to pump the water. Not your usual view of a windmill. 🙂

DSCN4825

I’m pleased to report that Apple repaired my MacBook Air in double-quick time. We’d hardly got home after dropping it off at the store, when they called to say it was ready. They replaced the whole top cover, keyboard and track pad and gave me a new power supply charger too, all under warranty, even after two and a half years! So now it’s like new, and all set for the next 500 posts. 🙂

To see more takes on this week’s WPC, just click here.

Advertisements

68 comments on “WPC: Unusual Point of View.

  1. Pingback: WB Yeats in Sligo, Ireland | Ireland, Multiple Sclerosis & Me

  2. We saw cogs like this in the windmills in Kinderdijk…possibly the same cogs and your right…you certainly don’t see a windmill from this point of view very often!

  3. Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge: An Unusual POV, #4: Proud o’ my wheels | Rob's Surf Report

  4. Glad that your Mac is OK again after the hospital visit ! … Interesting post as always from you … I haven´t got so much time to blog just now … This Saturday is the day I shall have my big party … Its 77 persons coming, so it takes some planning to make everything be as good as it can be … // Maria 🙂

  5. Pingback: WPC: Unusual POV or My FoR | rfljenksy – Practicing Simplicity

  6. Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge – Unusual POV | Joe's Musings

  7. I’m with you. I’d find myself staring at the fans overhead, too. I, also, agree about Apple Service. They respond to a problem the way companies did 50 years ago, making sure you walk away satisfied. Imagine that!

  8. Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge – An Unusual POV: the Great Wall Of China | anniesshowroom

  9. That’s a fan!? Cool shot. Ima have to try it myself if I can do it as incredible as you did. I really love looking at the entries for this week’s challenge. It shows creativity of the participants. Although, I think some of them have a different POV that POV means private vehicle. Ahihihihi. 😀

  10. l’occhio del fotografo cattura ovunque magie! quella è la sua grandezza
    complimenti!
    Ven

    the eye of the photographer captures the magic everywhere! that’s his greatness
    congratulations

  11. I have not seen a fox hole nor fox on the wild before. Exciting find! As for restaurant’s , I also look at the design and stuff while waiting for food. Cool pics. Have a great week my friend.

  12. Best move I ever made was switching to an Apple many years ago. After my two MacBooks, I just recently graduated to the 27 inch iMac…. I am in love with it! Even got rid of a whole lot of clutter since I gave away my flatscreen TV, VCR, DVD and a whole lot of wires and other gadgets. I never watched much TV anyway and am quite happy with streaming things that interest me.

  13. Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge: An Unusual POV, #3: Lost in the Woods | Rob's Surf Report

  14. Mesmerised by that fan I do hope you didn’t forget to order AD .
    What a whizz repair turn around .. they must have had an idea how important it was not to keep followers a-waiting for post 😉

  15. Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge / B4 Retouch: An Unusal POV (Notre Dame Paris) | What's (in) the picture?

    • Thanks so much. Yes I’m very happy to have it back so quickly. 🙂 I don’t know how you can tell a foxhole, but my brother-in-law told me it was, and he’s a genuine rocket scientist, so he should know. 😆

Comments are closed.