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  #238 Things You Can See Through
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Triple distortion       ©2020 breadmaker
Panasonic DMC-FZ72       4th place, 128 points
1/25s, f4.8, ISO 800, 108mm, Normal Program, Pattern, no flash
 
Post-Processing: Adjusted levels
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      Extra Info: Experimental shot attempting abstract patterns to contrast with the more solid colours of the ornaments.This image combines multiple layers of glass. You are viewing through a glass panel in my hall, through the coloured objects into a room and out through the the exterior window represented by the light area. The dark areas at the top of the image are generated by distortion of my neighbours roof
 
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Jade O.
Nov 24, 2020
    I still really like that architectural glass! The photo is pretty good too.

breadmaker
Nov 24, 2020
    Thanks for all your comments. It certainly kept me occupied during the current lockdown period since I took a multitude of shots from both sides of the glass and the most difficult part was deciding which image to enter into the challenge, This entry was one of my later efforts

Lo
Nov 24, 2020
    Congratulations Breadmaker. The distortion created some interesting patterns.

ysal
Nov 24, 2020
    Congrats, really fun image!

Mepo
Nov 24, 2020
    This was my second pick. I loved it. You have some very intriguing comments on this, I think you fired up a lot of imaginations. Well done!
p.s. I'm surprised they let you handle that glass when you were only 5. ;-)

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davemisunas
Nov 23, 2020
    I like this ... a bit like an abstract painting. well composed and taken.

aoc46
Nov 21, 2020
    Like the patterns and colors -- you've really explored the theme in depth.

breadmaker
Nov 21, 2020
    Jade. O, Thanks for your commemnts. This sample is approx. 1/3rd of the whole panel which only measures 15"x39". Not sure what the glass is but I installed it around 40 years ago!
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Jade O.
Nov 21, 2020
    Keep experimenting. I think if you'd had a more artistic still life composition this might be stunning. I am intrigued by your glass panel. I love glass as an architectural element and don't recognize this pattern. It's a bit to ask but if you could I'd love to see what the whole panel looks like.

breadmaker
Nov 21, 2020
    Thanks for all your comments.

jomari. I did play around a lot and took umpteen shots from both sides of the glass panel from different angles and in different light conditions.
I did have difficulty in deciding which one to enter. As you say all good fun and kept me out of mischief during this miserable lockdown!

jomari
Nov 20, 2020
    I really like this a lot. I particularly love the abstract patterns from the windows and roof. Isn't it fun to play?

ysal
Nov 20, 2020
    I don't know why but Man of La Mancha popped into my mid immediately (I know, what am I drinking?) This is very creative and came out extremely interesting. Great job.

Maike13
Nov 20, 2020
    Great vision to see the possibilities of such a complicated light path. Makes for a wonderful shot. Sort of abstract, but still recognizable. Love the colours.

Phil99
Nov 20, 2020
    The is something endearing about this image. The blue bottle looks like a man with a hat!

forkcandles
Nov 19, 2020
    great mix of shapes and colours

cookiejar
Nov 19, 2020
    Fabulous, and creative use of your household environment.
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