Sunday, January 31, 2010

Seeing double

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There are three workers here. If, after enlarging the photo, you see ~~ double ~~, it is not because my camera was shaking. Honest.
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I think it is the special new window the neighbor put in.
Double glass or something, for good insulation?

It's good for James' "Weekend Reflections."

The view from inside the windows of the shed that is being worked on.
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The reflected workmen you saw were on the roof of a new addition to the house of my neighbors' neighbors.
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So many moshav members here in the village are improving or enlarging their property.
All except my landlord, that is.
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17 comments:

Robin said...

I hope you don't see double every time you glance that way, that would be very disconcerting. Nice for the neighbor to have the double glazing though.

Dina said...

Shalom Robin. It is the house across the street, so no chance. I only have to walk next to it when I go down to the woods.

Dan said...

Great image. I am really fascinated by reflections like these in images. I am still experimenting with how to put them to work to make an interesting photo. I think I just learned a bunch from you Dina.

Eki said...

The wall ornament (?) and the windows in the top photo goes well with one another. Seeing double nice, Dina. :)

Dina said...

Hi Dan. Until joining Weekend Reflections a few months ago, I thought reflections in a photo were something to be avoided. :)

Eki, the stencil decorations on the wall I think hint that the shed/building will be used for growing plants. We'll see ...

Jørgen Carlsen said...

It is interesting to what happens when the photo is enlarged - you will discover something the little photo don't show. But it is in it...

Hilda said...

Cool and funny effect. I like the tree of life pattern on the wall. Or does it mean something else there?

VP said...

I'm still not sure about reflections, sometimes I like them, sometimes not.
But I keep trying...

cieldequimper said...

Oh be careful! You might be fooled!

Pietro said...

Both interesting images, Dina. That double window is so odd but maybe useful. Very nice reflection post.
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I've checked that each browser (IE, Firefox, etc) displays the sites in a different way, just according to its taste! ;-)
The problem is often with the margins and the paddings!

Julie said...

Facinating shot, Dina. I hope it is standard vision on the inside looking out.

Personal Access Panel boils down to PAP!

I am glad you like my series on Manhole Covers, Dina. I am having such a ball finding the material. There is just so much around and it is leading my research into places I never dreamt of. There is another post coming later this week. Wednesday I think.

You realise that Personal Access Panel boils down to PAP. Quite appropriate ...

James said...

Hi Dina, The double vision just gives it an artsy feel. Nice reflections :)

awarewriter said...

Neat shot. The double image is fascinating.

Ann said...

I see the workers sitting andd chatting. They may not like you telling the boss. LOL

Louis la Vache said...

Good choice for the Reflections meme, Dina. ;-)

JM said...

Both shots are just great! Love that wall on the first photo.

Jew Wishes said...

I love that first shot...it is almost as if they are caught in a time warp.