Monthly Archives: March 2015

The cracked glass (2)

In this interpretation the glass is presented as it might be used as an ‘evidence’ item on a cover design for a crime novel.

 

 

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The cracked glass (1)

Today’s post and the two following offer three interpretations of the same object  –  a cracked drinking glass

In this image the glass is presented as a straight still life photo.

 

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Portrait of a young man

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March 26, 2015 · 8:00 am

Evening Star

Yesterday evening, as the last rays of the sun faded over the horizon, the vast, cloudless expanse of western sky provided the backdrop for just two gleaming celestial bodies  –  a crescent moon and the Evening Star (Venus).

 

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Abstract 229 ‘Going with the flow’

 

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March 22, 2015 · 8:00 am

After the big bang (Pitsford 3)

A short, loud retort  –  probably a car exhaust  –  caused panic among a flock of gulls who took flight in chaotic fashion.

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Waterfowl at Pitsford Reservoir (PItsford 2)

The waterfowl were enjoying the tranquil atmosphere of the reservoir.

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