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Window, Bottle and Shadow
Greetings to all who looked in and commented on the Fun-gi. I spent the day in another village, tomorrow is a home day!
Very interesting light play with shadows, reflections, refractions . . .
Interesting bottle as well. Nicely seen and captured.
This is an amazing image... The shape, the reflections, the suttle shadows... Very well done...
And a lovey green bottle! Would do as a carrafe for my "Vinho Verde" for Monday! IB
Love the bottle Jenn - is that yours?
Wonderful light and reflections.
A great photo Jenn - I love the coloured shadow
Excellent capture and wonderful light Jenn
A fine still life study with a food shadows.
A jolly green shadow
Interesting Jenn and a lovely shadow.
Luv the shades of green and ivory, both making each other brighter.
Bold, beautifully composed and captured - good one Jenn. A
Green, gorgeous glass gracefully generating great shadows
I know from the past ,we have very similar bottle tastes.
Lovely squashed shadow.
Nice shades and shadows.
I do like this bottle nice colour and shape, and the dimple in the base very attractive, good light and a nice shadow, well done Jenn, regards leon.
A beautiful old bottle. (I collected old glass for a number of years, especially ink bottles and always loved their rippled light).
Great use of available light. - gary
There is nothing like sunlight through glass for beauty.
Lovely crisp detail
there is something to be photographed each and every day if we keep looking Jenn, splendid shot
A wonderful still life Jennn.
This is so beautiful, I like the bottle.
Nothing left to say Jenn.... Terrific!
Brilliant light & detail Jennnn & tones.
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