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Friday, July 16, 2010

Window Reflections

I was roaming around the outside of an abandoned house and passed a basement window that consists of two rows of glass panes.  One of the bottom panes was broken, so I peeked in. 

You can see the support column transition through to the unbroken upper pane and then you see the tall grasses outside the house reflecting off the glass, to the right of the column.

Submitted for Weekend Reflection #43.

I'll be returning from vacation soon,  so hopefully I'll get a chance to visit and comment on your blogs. 


Canon EF 50mm f1.4 USM lens
Exposure 1/50 sec @ f1.4
ISO 320
Curves adjusted for contrast

10 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Really interesting capture, Woody! Makes you wonder who lived there, why did they leave and why did they leave so much stuff??? Whatever, it does make for a really intriguing reflection shot! Hope you have a great trip! Enjoy!

Sylvia

mike said...

Wow, there is a lot going on in this image. Enjoy the rest of your vacation.

Greyscale Territory said...

Like a still from a movie - capturing an abandoned moment! Very creative!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I love when photographers see beautiful and interesting things in the ordinary. Great photo.

James said...

Nice find! It looks like a great place to explore with a camera.

Doreen said...

I love the old typewriter! that is how I learned typing back in the high school days.

Clytie said...

Very intriguing. I would love to explore there!

EG Wow said...

Hope you are having a wonderful vacation!

awarewriter said...

Nice one Woody.

Marilla said...

You never know what you can find in empty houses... Good capture!