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Friday, April 16, 2010

WEEKEND REFLECTIONS - THE ART OF CAMOUFLAGE


The shiny black car that was






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8 comments:

  1. Fabulous reflections!
    Sunny :)

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  2. By cutting-out the extraneous background you've drawn our attention to the miraculous and accidental patterning of our everyday lives. Thank you.

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  3. Well ... blow me down! I knew it was a car. Somehow I knew that much. But was trying to make that round bit in the LH corner into a headlight moulding. It was only when I spotted the door handle that it all started to fall into place. Such an excellent capture. You must have been hopping around like a robin trying to find just the reflection you wanted in all this shininess.

    BTW .. I think it is criminal to have such a shiny car!

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  4. My goodness, some people look after their cars so well to get a mirror finish like that.
    re: Heathrow - there are flight paths over our house but we live about 45 minutes away from the airport fortunately. Sometimes we see and hear aircraft, other times nothing. Our header photo was a lucky capture one morning by Barry.

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  5. I love this photo:) wonderful!

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  6. Absolutely fantastic! What a wonderful shot!

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  7. Just wow! Like a beautiful optical illusion!

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