Most of the time we tend to notice what we can see on the streetscape before us - but what do you see if you look up? Or even down?
This week, while walking around downtown, I stopped to point my camera up and down from the streets I was actually intending to photograph. This is what I found. Share some pictures of what you find!
Cabot Tower atop Signal Hill, visible from just about anywhere in St. John's - even as far away as the neighbouring city of Mount Pearl:
The old flag of Newfoundland flying from Victoria Hall:
Buskers playing at the bottom of the stairs beside the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador:
I was walking down a cross street and happened to glance down New Gower Street toward some of the modern buildings. They contrast nicely with the older homes in the foreground:
Some young women heading down one of the narrow, staircase lanes/streets in downtown St. John's:
Even the fire escapes have to be brightly painted:
Sometimes, in a hilly city, you just have to put your balcony on top of your neighbour's place:
Some nice ornamentation:
(First person to post clouds and asphalt LOSES the game)