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A pair of glasses

By Ingleman    
I noticed how the early morning light cast interesting shadows in the kitchen.I tried a whole load of objects for reflections. Solid objects do different things to transparent objects.I liked these glasses but it was hard to get it right. Not sure about it but hey..what the heck!

Tags: Still life Reflections Lighting Monochrome Close up Close-up and macro

Voters: pamelajean, Mary_C, User_Removed and 12 more


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imagio 13 12 1 England
8 Apr 2007 1:21AM
Lovely exposure Andrew..very abstract..like it..Deserving of more clicks..

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8 Apr 2007 1:48AM
The outcome is great - eyecatching.
Fiona
Callanan 14 7 Ireland
8 Apr 2007 2:11AM
Great Idea - nie result.

Mark
ericfaragh 16 149 5 United Kingdom
8 Apr 2007 2:15AM
Marvellous use of light and shadow, excellent repeats.
NatalieKinnear 13 280 8
8 Apr 2007 8:06AM
I love this. What a great image, well done.

Natalie
angelsj 13 12 Scotland
8 Apr 2007 3:55PM
certainly different but great effect love this shot!!

well done Sj xx
Ingleman 13 9 4
8 Apr 2007 8:49PM
Thanks again to all contributors, I am enthused by the feedback & inspired by the brilliant shots other are producing. (I hope someone will be brave enough to speak up if the shots of things at our 'ouse get a bit boring!) I have got loads of pics of ladybirds, flowers, One Tree, baby blue tits, etc; but think these are pretty well covered already. Just trying to be different! Andy I
Eviscera 13 1.1k 149 United Kingdom
8 Apr 2007 10:25PM
superb study , just keep going with your p.f you cover such a range of subjects so well , its very refreshing !

Dave
Brightonian 13 9 1 United Kingdom
9 Apr 2007 12:06AM
Great image - A real attention grabber - well done
JohnEW 13 3
14 Apr 2007 11:11PM
Keep being different! Intriguing shot - the way the glass focuses & distorts. If pushed for crit., how about different shaped glasses, or one slightly bigger/nearer?
John

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