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Friday, 26 March 2010

Monochrome Weekend


I'm posting two photos this week.
Both are the same subject - the sun shining through my drinking glass which was standing on a rough table.

This one was taken from above, showing the full length of the shadow.

This one was after I closed the vertical blinds to shade the room a bit, and I took it from the other side of the table.

I like them both.

Aileni runs this theme, and many great entries can be found through the Monochrome Weekend page.

32 comments:

Aileni said...

You found a wonderful effect.

Lucy Corrander said...

I think this will be the 'Ooo, what's this' weekend

Lucy

Gry said...

So cool!

Sistertex said...

I was looking at both trying to pick one I like best, but couldn't decide. They are both really nice ones. Very nice.

Johnny Nutcase said...

really neat reflections and shadows happening, i like it! Looks perfect in black and white, too!

Carver said...

I like the effect of both of them so much. Interesting shots. Happy weekend.

Anne said...

Love the light in both this pictures :-) and they med me feel thirsty.

Nice weekend

Kitty said...

The effects of the light at the bottom of glass is like smoke - very beautiful!!

Suzi Smith said...

the patterns are sort of like tie-dye....love 'em!

Marie Höglund said...

Wow! Lovely capture of the sunrays and it´s reflections.
My post is from the policemuseum in Stockholm. A built up crime scene for the visitors to take part in an investigation. Actually really interesting.

Dagrun said...

¨How creative and beautiful!!

James said...

I 'm a big fan of reflections and I think this is realy nice. Very cool!

Kilauea Poetry said...

Hey..I do too..these are both neat mono reflections!
Hope your having an enjoyable weekend!

RuneE said...

I THINK I'll go for No. 2- it had a certain, appealing softness (but it was a tough decision...)

Bengbeng said...

i like number two too although if u ask me why i cant really say. just a personal thingy. both are great shots.

Maria said...

So cool. I love the effect:)

jams o donnell said...

Superb!

Julie said...

It is as though there is some sort of primordal worm growing from the bottom of your glass. Good eye to see the possibility in the ordinary.

Nydia said...

I turned out so beautiful! Water reflections are so sweet. Once again you found something simple and made it special.

Kisses with love from us.

jennyfreckles said...

I like the combination of straight and wavy lines in the second one. Well seen!

Mike Simmons said...

Very nice images here! Thank you for your comment today!

aims said...

Your photos amazes me!Nice shot!

awarewriter said...

I like them both as well but I favor the second one a wee bit. I like the shadows.

Serline said...

Feels like a reflection on the water surface. Nice shadow shot! Thanks for the comment over at mine.

Happy weekend!

Spiderdama said...

Cool and wonderful effect.

Amanda said...

Very cool effect! Love the shadows of the blinds in the second

John said...

Almost looks like flames.

Laerte Pupo said...

Only a artist have eyes to see a good theme like this.
Beautiful.
About my post you are right.
Yes, it is a photogram.
But I put the feather into the amplifier.
You can use the Google Tradutor.
It works very well.

abnsigoslady said...

I got the feeling of water... Love it. Laura

James Higham said...

Two for the price of one. For what did we deserve this?

David C. said...

Very nice observation and photos!

Nina said...

Really cool photos!