Woman in a dark pink dress…West Street, Fareham
Abstract reflections…Fareham Shopping Centre
‘Uni Flowers 1’ by Goli Saeidi, acrylic, £50…Fareham Shopping Centre…
Very nice and colourful pics here 🙂
I really love those abstract reflections ~ very pretty! 🙂
Thank you :). I guess it’s in the very nature of shop window displays to attract the attention of passing eyes, but I’ve noticed that when photographed, the resulting image usually has a lot of external reflections that add an extra dimension to it. Those reflections very often ruin a picture, but at other times they can make a picture more interesting. I’m not saying that the photo here of the abstract reflections is a great photo, worthy of being hung in the Tate Modern or the Photographers Gallery, but so long as there is one pair of eyes in the world, other than my own, that likes it, then it was a photograph worth taking, so thanks again very much for your comment :).
Incidentally, my Site Stats tell me that with 90 comments, secret squirrel is the top commenter on this blog, so thanks too for being such a loyal and pro-active visitor here over the past ten months :).
Haha! To be honest I didn’t even notice what was in the shop window, because I was too busy admiring the colours. 🙂 I think anything that draws you to the window is good though ~ every little helps!
With people putting such lovely pictures on FB lately (and this blog 😉 ) ~ especially my girls ~ who both like nature, so take some great photos ~ I have become more interested in viewing them. I think cameras are so good now ~ even those that at not ultra expensive ~ that the detail in the photographs are amazing ~ and also allow you to look at the subject as well as beyond it….or maybe…in my old age….I just appreciate things a lot more, as I have time to enjoy them. 😉
Wow ~ top commenter ~ first time I have come top in anything ~ haha! You have done some great posts and photos and I am sure when you have finished this year and have a rest ~ you will enjoy going back over them from time to time ~ like looking at an old diary.
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