Weekly Photo Challenge: An Unusual POV from Sardinia

This week we are challenged with an unusual POV, and yesterday I found myself time to play around with just that –  POV. I was sitting on my sofa watching laundry dry when I decided to snap a photo through my window.

It certainly creates an interesting point of view from stunning Sardinia.

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  18. Ciao Jennifer, mi chiedevo come si potesse tradurre correttamente “POV” in italiano. Non tutti conoscono questo termine. Se si intende “point of view” e non ” persistence of vision” (che è usato in maniera più tecnica) possiamo, secondo te, usare semplicemente “scorcio”? Che ne dici? Ciao, buona serata, Roberto

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