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A late entry for Saturday Shadows.
Taken in the Apotek at the Old Town Museum (Den Gamle By) in the Danish town of Århus.
It will be interesting to see how this looks on a Windows pc, as this is my first upload that has been processed on a Mac. Am on holiday so will have to wait a couple of weeks before I can compare!
It's been a while since I posted anything, but have had some personal things to sort out, so photography and ePz have had to take a back seat.
More from the Norwegian Jock invasion of Denmark to follow.
And next week we are orf to Dublin for a Guinness or several.
Thanks for bothering.
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Really like this Malcolm, great capture
Looks fine on my PC, Malc - a thoughtfully composed and beautifully lit image.
Each pane of glass could be an individual abstract; the same goes for the bottles.
Love the light through the glass and the textures. As for how it looks on a P.C. - dunno, wouldn't touch one with a barge pole!!!
Looks mighty fine on my laptop, Malc. The tones in the first set of windows (left) go particularly nicely with the dark green bottle despite themselves looking like a rather angry face - a snarling feline perhaps.
I have never tasted better Guinness than in Dublin (actually in an excellent bar at Howth, a short train ride away, but I can't remember its name ).
Quote: we are orf to Dublin
Not sure I'd speak with this sort of accent in Dublin Malc...
A fine shot Malc.
And have you got a spare room ?
If it is a YES vote after the 18th Sept,
I shall be coming to stay with you.
And I shall be happy to wash the dishes
for full board and lodgings !!
Lovely bottles and windows. Have to be kept dusted though.
mac to mac-- this looks great--rich colors, lots of detail-- LIKE !
Nice one, Malc. i wonder which potions were best kept on the window sill?
Gorgeous, light filtering through old glass. Hope Joline finds this, it's her idea of heaven. And I missed that hand-made glass in the window! It's just what I was looking for as a natural filter...
Enjoy Dublin, it will be a contrast to Denmark. My brief encounters with Denmark were sort of Legoland writ large.
Some wonderful coloured glass here Malc
Delicate shadows and gloriously pastel colours
Nice shot Malc, lovely light
All my stuff's done on a Mac, and I've absolutely no idea how it looks on a PC!!
This looks good... a few potential still life/abstract possibilities there I reckon.
Wonderful light in this fine image.
Nice to see you back Malc - have missed your humour but loved yesterday's comments
This is a great image -very impressive light control indeed.
A smashing atmospheric shot here Malc. Great subject matter.
Well, it looks good on my Windows laptop Malc! Lovely light picking out the shapes of the glass bottles, and some nice patterning in the windows too
Positively Gothic. Excellent.
PS - re working conditions in Wieliczka - Indeed, by all accounts the working conditions were quite dreadful, with many deaths resulting from methane gas explosions, water ingress and liquid mud slides, or just by losing one's footing and falling from a great height. Interestingly, many of those who survived the mine lived long and healthy lives, because the salty atmosphere in the mine was actually quite beneficial and improved respiratory function - quite unlike in coal mines, where, of course, killer lung diseases like emphysema were rife.
Brilliant work, Malc.
Lovely light coming through those bottles Malcolm.
I am on a Windows PC Malc.......looks lovely to me, coloured glass and the sunlight coming through the window.....beats Ker Plunk for sure
The colours are wonderful, in the windows as well as in the bottles, and it has the look of a slightly posterized image. The light play is glorious.
Lovely capture of shapes, angles, colours, light and shade-shadow...etc. etc...and you resisted cropping it at the right hand side....great image.
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