Sunday, 23 February 2014

Seeing double


A speculative shot through two windows produced some complicated reflections. This is at the entrance to the ArtParade Gallery on the corner of Victoria Road and Albert Terrace. It's a prime site in the village, opposite Salts Mill and beside the railway station, with a lovely view of the tower of Saltaire's church.

7 comments:

  1. The church tower floating in the clouds is what catches my eye. Love it when reflections get so complicated that you can't work out what's happening.

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  2. Can't work it out. Interesting reflections.

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  3. Really interesting use of reflections here. We left this corner of Yorkshire to move to Shropshire fairly recently and I go to your blog when I feel a bit homesick. Trouble is, it makes me even more homesick! Thank you for lovely images and Saltaire memories; it would be nice to pop along to Salts Mill for lunch and a browse among white lilies and beautiful books today... JJ

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  4. It's so much fun for me to see your pics since I visited there last fall - especially when I recognize things like the church!

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  5. So much to look at in one picture. It's beautiful!

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  6. It is not an easy photograph to figure out. I take it the first window is right in front of us, and we don't see the frame? The tower off to the right is an impressive one.

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