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Reflections

By baclark
Hi everyone, many thanks for the C&C's on - Puna.
Here's one which I really like and it did rather well last night at camera club. One tweak made to it since then for Tony! Taken on our Jack the Ripper walk a couple of weekends back.

I have enabled mods as it's still not quite straight and I fiddled with it as much as my skills would allow to get it better. But if anyone fancies a try, feel free!

Keep warm this foggy frosty morning.
Barbara

Tags: London Reflections Architecture Patterns Windows

Voters: rontear, katieb, Chant57 and 33 more

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rontear Plus
18 23 9 England
16 Nov 2010 7:55AM
Reflective joy, Barbara. Plenty of information in those wndows ! Ron.
katieb 16 255 4 United Kingdom
16 Nov 2010 7:59AM
Love those reflections.
Kate
barbarahirst 12 27 12 United Kingdom
16 Nov 2010 8:20AM
I could get lost in this one ... works really well for me
gingerdelight 14 298 11 United Kingdom
16 Nov 2010 8:46AM
A lovely image - great shapes and reflections. When I first saw the thumbnail I thought it was a book!
Carol
TonyWatson 11 1 England
16 Nov 2010 9:14AM
A Superb piece of work Barbara ~ Love it
Doc
maggieh 12 4 United Kingdom
16 Nov 2010 10:05AM
Loved it last night - love it today. Beautiful reflections.
maggie
dmhuynh72 13 44 3 United Kingdom
16 Nov 2010 10:29AM
superb capture Barbara
regards
Yung
morpheus1955 14 3 2 United Kingdom
16 Nov 2010 10:48AM
Cracking shot Barbara, great composition and I love the reflections, just like individual pieces of art framed within the stone work, very well spotted and captured.

Hugh
photophantom 13 108 3 Philippines
16 Nov 2010 10:52AM
one of your best Barbs
Dennis
MalcolmM Plus
15 1.7k 5 Scotland
16 Nov 2010 11:15AM
Superb
Sezz 16 619 15 England
16 Nov 2010 12:00PM
I really like the lines, shapes, reflections and contrasting colours - excellent take Barbara!

Sarah *
BERTRAM 13 United Kingdom
16 Nov 2010 12:03PM
Cracking shot
tony64 17 204 9 England
16 Nov 2010 12:36PM
Well, that was quick Barbara! For me this is one of your very best!
Love it, shortlisted,
Tony
taggart Plus
16 47 14 United States
16 Nov 2010 1:24PM
Well seen and togged-- love this sort of abstract!
JEnnnn
Jekaro 12 1 United Kingdom
16 Nov 2010 2:55PM
Just brilliant, Barbara, superb lines, curves and of course reflections.
Roy
mikbee 14 3 8 Scotland
16 Nov 2010 4:25PM
Works well with the straights and curves Barbara.
Good colour too.
Mick.
TrevBatWCC Plus
12 13 19 England
16 Nov 2010 5:24PM
A very well seen image, Barbara, like how the windows frame those reflections.
TrevB Smile
Lillian Plus
11 23 17 United Kingdom
16 Nov 2010 7:28PM
Oh Barbara this really is one of the best abstract ones of yours I love it all, even the buildings have abstracts..perfectly shot
Lillian
Richsr 14 91 223 England
17 Nov 2010 10:47AM
Good patterns and reflection too Barbara,, well seen.
Regards Richard
pamelajean Plus
15 1.5k 2216 United Kingdom
17 Nov 2010 10:38PM
Excellent, well seen and captured.
BarbaraR 15 1.0k 1 England
18 Nov 2010 10:49AM
Yes well spotted and taken Barbara.
Lovely arty image.

B.
18 Nov 2010 4:46PM
Wonderful reflections - well captured Barbara

Chris
Mynett 12 142 6 United Kingdom
19 Nov 2010 7:32PM
love this one Barbara very arty

Linda
tony64 17 204 9 England
21 Nov 2010 4:09PM
Just perfect Barbara!
Have my UA!
Tony
baclark 12 3.7k 24 United Kingdom
21 Nov 2010 6:17PM
Hi Tony, wow thanks so much for that, I'm delighted to receive your award and am also pleased that you like the image too! I am a very happy bunny! Smile
BarbaraSmile!
DRicherby 12 269 726 United Kingdom
22 Nov 2010 11:34PM
Well seen! I suspect you couldn't straighten it because what it needs is not a rotation but a perspective correction. The reason things don't line up is because you were pointing the camera upwards and slightly to the right. Pointing it upwards means that the lines that should be vertical are leaning in towards the top; pointing it to the right means that the lines that should be horizontal converge to the right. Of course, pointing the camera upwards is unavoidable (unless you have access to a window at the same height on a building on the other side of the road); pointing to the side can be avoided with care and makes the perspective a little easier to fix.

TrevBat's mod sorts it out perfectly and makes this into a really nice architectural abstract.
Bigtoe 12 7 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2010 12:47PM
Yes, well spotted. I love the reflections.

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