Monday, July 07, 2008

VIEW UNDER GLASS


Just having fun with my camera.
I really like this one enlarged. It shows a lot of color and texture.
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25 comments:

Calusarus said...

Impressive and unusual composition. I like it.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

yes, there's a lot to look at in this photo! good one...

Olivier said...

bel effet, tu t'amuses bien avec ton APN. Pas toujours facile de jouer avec le verre, bravo
nice effect, you have a good time well with your APN. Not always easy to play with the glass, bravo

Still said...

Superb colors. A very fine image of still life...

Hilary said...

And people! I see three upside down people walking or standing in that photo.. in the rounded, clearer part of the glass.

Denise said...

Indeed an enlightening aspect!

Zsolt72 said...

what a great composition! I really like it:)

Ash said...

Fantastic shot. I could look at this for hours :-)

John Roberts said...

Very imaginative framing! I like it!

AphotoAday said...

Beautiful photo... Very nice indeed...

Can't resist mentioning that I'm leaving in a few minutes to go over to the deYoung Museum to see the Chihuly glass installations...   I was three pieces recently at the Legion of Honor, but this is a larger selection... It should be interesting, and I haven't been inside the deYoung for a while, so I'm sure I'll enjoy that too...

MedaM said...

It really is interesting and creative. Well done, indeed!

Beverly said...

That is so great. You do get interesting shots.

LeenaM said...

Thank you for your visit my blog and for your kind comments, Sue!
You have akways so refreshing ideas in your excellent photos including this one.
This is very good link to convert Celsius to Fahrenheit and the other way round:
http://www.wbuf.noaa.gov/tempfc.htm

Hopefully those awful fires will be controlled soon and I could not stay alive in the hotness like you have now and I really mean it ( I have the heart problem )I hope, you are well in spite of fires and weather.

Have a nice Tuesday, we have a beautiful evening here.

jel said...

it looks like ya have been having some fun! ;)

Ex-Shammickite said...

That picture id a lot of fun... nice textures and the trees look great against that blue sky.

Ex-Shammickite said...

Hahaha I just read Hilary's comment about the 3 people so I had to go back to the picture to have a look, and yes, there they are!

ruth said...

That terrific flea market again? It really does look wonderful, especially enlarged. That tree's branches!

Merisi said...

Wonderful detail!
Interesting the thornbush in the background. Was it for sale too? ;-)

CG said...

I love how you have fun with your camera! And what a great and unusual result!

joan said...

When you enlarged this you can see people in the bottle. Wow! Really cool.

Bear Naked said...

Beautiful photo.
You have a gift for photography.

Bear

JAM said...

I really like this. The frame in the background makes you wonder if that's a framed photo of trees, or just a frame with trees in the background. At any rate, you're forced to really examine the photo trying to "figure it out." Something a photography instructor of mine said was always a good thing.

Pequete said...

This is really great, especially when enlarged - I like the colours and the shadows in the background.

Blue Wave 707 said...

It's amazing how glass can distort images behind it. Cool shot!

OltrePupy said...

Hi!
I like this photo very much!
Good! :D

Giusy