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Tom_Charles 12 279
11 Jul 2006 10:06AM
It encourages exploration; interesting image.

Tom

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joolsb 12 27.1k 38 Switzerland
11 Jul 2006 10:17AM
Yes, it does have a certain 'something'. A nice stroke of luck... Smile
junglecat 13 12
11 Jul 2006 10:23AM
Only 2? It feels like there are many layers here.Very interesting shot.
uggyy 11 2.1k 9 Scotland
11 Jul 2006 10:42AM
Its like a reflection in a window almost with different aspects to it.

I quite like it.
Consulo 13 840 10 Scotland
11 Jul 2006 10:45AM
Cheers, folks. Smile

Thomas has nailed why there seems to be more than 2 images here.

One shot is the figurine in a window, which was also reflecting St. Andrews Square Gardens (here in Edinburgh), and the second shot is of an alleyway, which has the bus stop at the end of it.
User_Removed 12 32 United Kingdom
11 Jul 2006 11:21AM
Good stuff indeed

Jeff
IanFlindt 13 740 21 United Kingdom
11 Jul 2006 12:16PM
Bizarre, slightly unsettling but ultimately a pleasure to look at.
bliba Plus
11 2 Austria
11 Jul 2006 1:37PM
excellent
tarara 11
11 Jul 2006 2:19PM
Yes, that's worth saving. It's like a miracle happened in your camera when that happens. I like this. Yvonne
AlleyCatz 11 274 6 England
11 Jul 2006 4:23PM
It could be a still from a slighty sinister dream.Great work with many aspects.

~Alley~
Consulo 13 840 10 Scotland
11 Jul 2006 5:07PM
Thanks very much, folks, all comments always appreciated. Smile
kitsch Plus
11 439 4 United Kingdom
11 Jul 2006 8:21PM
absolutely love it! what a fantastic bit of serendipity Smile

jo
jimPat 12 8 1 Scotland
11 Jul 2006 8:26PM
Interesting multi-layered image Michael - JP
randomrubble 13 3.0k 12 United Kingdom
11 Jul 2006 8:55PM
yup, works well. makes you think.
Consulo 13 840 10 Scotland
11 Jul 2006 9:06PM
Many thanks indeed, everyone. Smile

Seems this initial mistake has turned this into one of my most popular Holga uploads to date, for which I'm very thankful. Smile
shitzkit 13 147
12 Jul 2006 12:27AM
thats a belter of a shot and i always loved doing this with my lubitel tho most of the time i never ment it but still got somthing good from it well done mate
highlander 13 32 Scotland
12 Jul 2006 5:37AM
Clever work Michael...the Holga has been a good tool for you in expressing your art.
Doug.
IRaddict 14 34
16 Jul 2006 1:31PM
Great bit of luck, the result is most charming.
TommyStr 11 9 3 Norway
7 Sep 2008 6:15AM
This is excellent, and I really like your style. You have a great eye for graphic abstracts too.
Thank you for your pf comment
Consulo 13 840 10 Scotland
7 Sep 2008 11:42AM
Cheers, Tommy. Smile
yes yes yes!

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