I took a walk yesterday morning and thought I could see someone high up on one of the Papago Buttes so I zoomed in to snap a couple of shots. With the zoom on I was pretty sure it was person up there. The buttes are a popular climbing place.
When I got home I cropped the photo in close and then I could tell the climber was either going to attempt to come down that slope or he was just sitting down.
So, I took a look at the second photo and did the same cropping job with this one.
Then I could tell he was just sitting down and had taken off his back pack. So what do you think, was he reaching inside the pack for a bite to eat or was he going for his cell phone? I'll never know because these were the only two photos I took of him. From where I was standing, he was just a white dot on the mountain so I had no idea what I was taking. It was kind of fun to be a voyeur from so far away.
I have a new post on Sharon's Sojourns today. I'm visiting one of London's iconic buildings.
City Daily Photo bloggers post photographs on a theme on the first day of each month. On
February 1, they will address this intriguing question: If you had to leave forever the city
from which you usually post, what would you miss most?