Look Up

This week is all about taking a moment to check out what’s going on above you.

Going about our day, we often don’t pay attention to what’s directly above us. We’re more likely to focus on what’s in front of us rather than what’s overhead. Or if you’re like me, what’s below us to avoid tripping over anything.

This photo was taken on a rather frustrating and wet afternoon in Atlanta. The rain had made the traffic especially heavy. I happened to look out and up through my window to see the sky beginning to clear. This particular snap ended up serving as a quick reminder to find a brief respite in an otherwise busy day.

raindrops on the skyline

For this week’s challenge, take a moment to look up. Whether it’s the fan above your head at work, your bedroom ceiling, or the night sky, what do you see? Is it familiar? Or does it show you a new perspective on your surroundings? Looking forward to the peeks into your worlds!

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  1. Apparently, you just hit it right that is a very beautiful photo and a good message along with it. It is time people changed their perspective.

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  2. Look Up.. The sky has more reasons to be plain white and blue.. It does not shout for attention but gives one room to explore.. Current status – Gray

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  3. I looked up, and found the beautiful stars shining and twinkling and singing and dancing and the cooool clouds sending cool waves down to us. I’m outside.

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  4. You make a very good point. We barely ever look up through our daily routine. For example, last night I just noticed how intricate my houses chandelier was, and i was amazed about why I had never even noticed it was there.


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