*buzz buzz buzz*
Security: “Sir, could you please empty your pockets and pass through again?”
Me: “That’s funny… I didn’t think I had anything on me… just a few coins…”
Security: “Okay, okay, just try it again, please.”
*buzz buzz buzz*
Security: “Okay, sir, I’m going to have to ask you just one more time…”
Me: “Oh, wait… you don’t think it could be this GIANT aluminum frame?!”
About this image: digital photography lightly manipulated
For such a “simple” photograph I’ve spent an extraordinary amt of time looking & trying to figure it out. Did you shoot it through glass?? Can’t figure out how you did the “ghostly” image of the right of the beam. Very cool as always, Inky!
You’ve got it, Dishy! The glass is built into another ‘frame’ that’s cropped out of the shot. It’s all part of a colored glass ‘maze’ outside the Science Center… it’s a pretty neat place…
I’m wondering when they are going to clean the windows.
I might have seen a Windex truck backing up as we were leaving…
dang you stole my line !
actually am cheap…i thought fridge took the easy way out and used the antique photo look on photoshop…:P
@fridge….bzzzz bzzzz bzzz…hail ho to the man of steel…you james bond you…snickers
Hahaha… if it’s usable and abusable in Photoshop I’m probably guilty of it!
Shaken, not stirred…
hehehehe…guess your writer’s block is gone… 😉
Simple, clean abstract…would look fantastic in a contemporary home.
I usually just think of the craziest stuff I possibly can and start typing (not sure that’s a good idea)…
Thank you, M.P.! 🙂
i love the reflection in the lower half. very cool!
The view from a fly’s perspective as he regurgitates on the glass?
how did I know there would be some level of scrubbing involved with this one?! 🙂
Very cool! I like how abstract and angular it is. What colors was this originally? Or was this part clear plexiglass?
It was… either clear… or yellow… not sure now. All I know is that someone made me crop her out of a similar shot…
Interesting angle on the subject. So many beams. . .
It’s a very unusual structure… 🙂
Thanks, N.M. –
I find most shiny things are fun to photograph. 🙂