October 2020 - Through Glass
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Joe chose Neil's picture taken through a jug of water on a table, making an abstract picture which he thought a nice composition.
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Neil chose this one taken of the reflection of the room in the glass of a picture of a mountain.

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Alister chose Ruth's picture taken through a window "Sunset through the Study Window". He liked the contrast of the light - the dark foreground and interesting light in the sky.
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Ruth chose her own quirky shot - spectacles placed in a glass of coloured water. She thought the arms of the glasses looked to be waving so called the picture "Not Waving but Drowning".

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Sue chose Sandra's "Statue through a Window", showing the statue, the night sky and the reflections. She felt it told a story.
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Sandra liked her own picture of a display in the museum with its reflections.

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Sandra liked Sonia's picture trying to bring the ootdoors and the indoors together, with its shades of green. Sonia liked that one too.
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Fiona chose this one taken through a three paned door of a very misty damp day. She thought it gave the effect of a tryptic.

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Morag chose Sue's picture of a candle in a holder. She liked the effect of the flame, the shape and the shadows.
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Sue herself chose her picture using a crystal ball, but also taken through the window, so through glass twice. She had inverted the picture so that the globe image was the right way up.

             

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