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Looking through the colliery winding engine house.
Thanks for looking,
Interesting and well conceived image - I love it
careful composition with just a hint of reflections. like it.
v2: the rule of thirds explained
Looks like there would be plenty of arachnids begging for a photo shoot behind that window, Moira Carol
Quote: careful composition with just a hint of reflections. like it.
v2: the rule of thirds explained
I did compose these very carefully, Francesco, for the proportions within the individual frames - and to include shall we say variations on the rule of thirds...
Well worked with the reflections looks like they could do with a clean
They both work well for me Moira.
My kind of shots, I like them a lot, Moira. Both are so well framed and well taken!
We are both on a similar theme today Moira. This is uniquely composed image within an image.
V1 really is special
Across the headlands
The forest masses
Under gray skies
Into a solid wall
Of muted gray
Through which cars
Glide skirting noiselessly
The rocky edge.
Through a window
I watch, windows are
For watching -
Square pieces of life
I was just going to say what Nathan Said.
Do we need to see the oil can or is the handle sufficient. I think it is.
Framed to perfection...
All square Moira
Oh yes. Spot on comp.
Quote: Do we need to see the oil can or is the handle sufficient. I think it is.
I think the oil can might warrant a return visit, Danny.
This has everything one could desire....love the windows in a window.
A couple of good captures.
A very nice image.
Really, really, really like this one! Caught my eye immediately! Patti
Clever use of the framing but v1 does look stronger for having part of the outer frame.
V1 is my fave! Pleased to make it 30
I have been doing a study of windows lately-- this is working well with lots of interest and depth to the image!
One wants to see beyond, such is the intrigue which this image conveys - especially with that handle (v1, lower left) in sight. Nicely cob-webbed too.
A suitable grotty window Moira,
with a suitable grotty view through them !!
I'll have to look for some old windows. I really like this. Gets my curiosity working, wondering whats to be seen through the window......Sandy
A fine shot, Moira - like both versions, and after much toggling between the two, can't decide which I prefer!
Gives lots of hints as to the interior, excellent composition and capture.
Wonderful creative image , Moira, luv v2, a cracker.
Love CarolG's comment!
Nicely observed Moira, great comp' in V1 and self portrait in V2.
The window framed by a partial frame, the window within a window, smaller windows within the window that is within the main window, and the view beyond. Detail galore in what at first glance is a mere window with part of its frame missing.
The very clever composition of V1 for me Moira.
I really like V2 -- seeing a window through a window through the eyes of a photographer.
Quote: The window framed by a partial frame, the window within a window, smaller windows within the window that is within the main window, and the view beyond. Detail galore in what at first glance is a mere window with part of its frame missing.
I think this is the nearest to my thoughts on this fine photo, regards Leon, a perfect balancing act.
I like your reflection in v2, it looks like you seized this window of opportunity with both hands
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