A great deal of enginuity was apparent in these pictures. We much enjoyed examining them.
Martin thought the structure of the glass in Frances' picture became part of the picture.
Frances chose this from her own pictures, finding it an unusual subject.
Sonia chose Gillian's Tea Light. She thought it a simple shot, filling the frame, with a subtle background.
Gillian proposed this picture taken through a bus window last Christmas, because it was different, and something we might not see for some time.
Ingrid took pictures through a variety of glasses. Sonia liked this picture of captured fallen petals, with some escaping, as did Ingrid.
They also both liked the red geranium with the flower showing clearly but surrounded by shaded rings.
Sue liked Irene's picture of a candle. She thought it gave a calming "hygge" effect.
Both Sue and Irene chose as first choice this distorted red car shot through the bottom of a crystal glass. Sue thought it a clever photo reminding her of distorting mirrors.
Marjorie's second choice from Joe's pictures was this fun shot called "Snack Envy"
But both Marjorie and Joe liked this clever picture of two bottles. Joe used 2 prisms and a laser pointer, with the bottles lying on a black background. He used a very long exposure - 15 seconds - to create the effect.