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The windmill of escapism . . .
Humble thanks to Joline, Matt (Herge88) and Sue (Sue118) for their UAs yesterday. All the more appreciated for being unexpected.
good catch...these wind turbines will catch on one day!
A wonderful candid....
Superbly timed and excellent Bill.
ps, it's refreshing to see some sort of entertainment in a child's hands that doesn't need batteries!
Excellent! Great reflections - my grandchildren love these too.
"The windmill of escapism . . ." What a poetic remark, Bill. I love it, as it expresses it so well. Such a poignant image, and amazingly well taken shot.
This is a particularly well observed and composed candid ~ like it a lot!
Better than Harry Worth impressions, Bill I think the mechanical physics of revolving windmills needs explaining to him though
This could be a bit confusing.
Quote: This could be a bit confusing.
I was confused for a moment but I am easily confused anyway, a great candid Moira.
oops sorry I mean Bill, this is normally Moira's type of image, I rest my case Re. the confusion.
A very clever reflection image.
Sorry to break the mould but I'm really not sure about this one Bill. It is a sharply captured candid shot but IMHO there is so much going on in there that apart from the title, I am really not sure what I am supposed to be focussing on. I copied your image and cropped it so that there was much less reflection and it made more sense to me. You haven't enabled mods so can't post it but it seems to me that there is more than one image in here and several different ways of getting the best from it.
A great family capture and do like the reflections in this......Sandy
A wonderful capture.
Only one thing on his mind Bill.
He seems totally engrossed in his windmill! Unlike Lynne, we are obviously supposed to be focussing on the boy, and the inclusion of the rest of the family behind who he oblivious to enhances the shot
Immaculate timing to just catch the yellow windmill at the very edge of the reflection, Bill.
I like the parallel world idea of this one. The dad pushing the pram is part of two worlds, the one with the real people around him, and the world in the reflection with the people who are not real to us as they are only a reflection, part of another world, and not appearing in the real world on the right of the image. The boy is about to share the two exsistences, but is only partly there.
Clever use of those windows Bill.
Glad to be 30 on this one Bill, a smashing image, VERY well caught.
Well I've just spent a very pleasant few minutes trawling through your gallery as I felt sure I had seen this street before - and here it is
Lovely colourful capture.
You've captured the moment perfectly in this street scene, I like the parallel universe effect, it reminds me a bit of the film "Sliding Doors" which starred Gwyneth Paltrow and John Hannah
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