Before people start screaming "cheat!" upon beholding at my entry for this week's Photo Hunt, here's pointing out that -- as more than one of my socio-cultural anthropology professors were ever so found out of observing -- everything is relative. Or, as this entry's second image shows particularly well, it's all a matter of perspective...! ;)
Alternatively put: An aeroplane, including the commercial aircraft plane that transports hundreds of humans and tons of luggage like the one I saw flying among the clouds and managed to take a photo of one Sunday morning, is something that we generally consider to be a pretty large object. But when far away from us and compared to other things (including the clouds in the sky), it does indeed appear to be pretty tiny.
Also, as we all undoubtedly know, it doesn't matter whether one is looking up or down so long as there's plenty of room in between us and what we're looking at. At the same time, it must be said, things do tend to look quite a bit more dramatic when you're looking down rather than up -- like in the second photograph; one that I took while standing on the section of the 338 meters tall Macau Tower's Observation Lounge that boasts a glass floor. (And for the record: Those are indeed my Doc Martens-clad feet looking huge relative to such as the vehicles and such 223 meters below!) ;b