Where would one look up ‘Look Up’?


In days gone by, Look Up would mean one had consulted a book of reference.  These days one does it more often than not by googling.  However, what the photo challenge had in mind was doubtless the act of directing one’s vision skywards …

Let me see what I can look up in my gallery for that.  If I find something, will things be looking up?  Of course, I already had one entirely suitable, here.

Anyway, I think some shots from our recent visit to an innovative roof garden in Durban might serve:

Looking up from a rooftop garden.

Looking up from a rooftop garden.

Shoe planters

Looking up at shoe planters on the way to the roof garden gives a feeling of being underfoot?

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Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies.
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8 Responses to Where would one look up ‘Look Up’?

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  5. Joss says:

    Looks like it was a lovely blue sky day up there!

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  6. Stephanie Haahjem says:

    Hahaha! A Sunday lunch was never complete until we had settled a “discussion” by looking up something in an encyclopaedia or dictionary! Also as a youngster I looked up to you as a font of all things fascinating-has not changed I’ll have you know!

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