This week, let’s keep our angles sharp and heart rate fast.


I normally don’t like to over explain my pictures, because I’d rather let them tell their story themselves.

But this was an interesting challenge, so I’ll break my rule and tell you how I came about taking these pictures.

In this project you were suppose to put yourself in a position to capture an image from the edge.


So, I tilted the Camera  and stood in  some awkward positions and this is what I got.


Photo A.M.Moscoso

Photo A.M.Moscoso

I had to stand pretty close to the base of this building and looked up with my camera to get this image.

I probably looked like I was having a mental health issue, but hey. It was a funny moment and we can all use those.

Photo A.M. Moscoso

Photo A.M. Moscoso

I see these great edges every single day when I walk into work. You’d think to get this picture all I would have to to is pick a spot and click. But when I tried to do that it wouldn’t work.

None of the pictures captured what I saw.

So I stood on the edge of a curb and walked backwards until I got what I saw.

Photo A.M. Moscoso

Photo A.M. Moscoso

Edges can go anywhere, or nowhere. And your eye will follow it. The power, oh the power of The Edge.

Photo A.M. Moscoso

Photo A.M. Moscoso

Look up and you feel like you’re falling down.

I love this picture.

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