Friday, May 14, 2010

A Tale of Two Windows

When I took this shot I liked the old wooden frame, the broken glass in the top corner and the subtle reflection of the trees. I don't think I even noticed the window on the other side but I think it adds a lot to this picture.

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30 comments:

  1. Very nice, as if a secret view into another world. Some fantasy is about to appear through that second window.... I love these sense of layered planes of attention.

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  2. I would love this framed hanging on my wall, it's fantastic!
    Sunny :)

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  3. Looking through to the other side is a great look.

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  4. Nice shot! I would have to think about this if you hadn't explained it! Looks great in B/W.

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  5. A double window, another view into a different world? Love it James!
    The broken glass looks like an arrow...

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  6. Such a great black and white...I wonder if the trees are reflected from the outside of that window or off of the opposite window...or both? It's a little mysterious.

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  7. This is an exquisite photo--just perfect for Weekend Reflections!

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  8. Such a terrific reflections capture, James! I think it looks quite mysterious, too, and it's such a unique, different shot! Perfect for the day! Thanks for the weekly fun! Hope you have a great weekend!

    Sylvia

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  9. A great shot! Even if you didn't notice it before.

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  10. The black and white work is wonderful. The contrast on this one really makes it for me.

    The "Smoking Day Dreamer" is FABULOUS!!! That shaft of light coming in from the left is just amazing. The lighting is gorgeous. Great shot, I really love it.

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  11. Love the texture and reflections. Beautiful monochrome!

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  12. How cool. I like how the reflection looks like it is way far away :) This is beautiful :)

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  13. This is the kind of shot I love. Great feel to it. I love that you can see through to the other side.

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  14. I noticed the second window but thought it was the reflection of something behind you. It gives an air of mystery.

    I have to say that the masthead photo of the Amish boy on the horse-drawn wagon is one of the strongest photos I have seen in a long time. It is a good choice for your header.

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  15. I like this one! I noticed the window through the window right away - nice find!

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  16. The second window catches my eye! I even like the title post.

    The wood frame is so detailed.

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  17. This window would be great to peek through! I noticed the other window right away, its an amazing shot.

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  18. Love all the dimensions and reflections in this shot..very creative!!

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  19. Another fantastic shot, James! You are good at this!

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  20. Its a stunning photo, James. Very professional indeed!
    Have a lovely weekend.

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  21. I like the old cracked paint. Great photo.

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  22. I don't know how to express it as it was a perfect and creative shot! wow! it makes my reflections post so small compared to this ;p

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  23. There's a story lurking in there James! I love this.

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  24. A wonderfully creative shot. I could see this being part of a book cover - mystery, suspense!

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  25. Yes, it does. And it's wonderful!

    Don't you just love it when you don't notice something while taking a picture and it turns out to be one of the most interesting part of it? It's like finding another piece of chocolate in the box when you thought it was already empty. :)

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  26. Great shot! I agree the second window adds a lot, and it is positioned beautifully to draw one into the picture for a view of the other side, so to speak.

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  27. So much depth in something so ordinary... great job!

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  28. The far-off past seems to be sculptd the old wall.

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