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  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 14 Jan 2010, 00:11
The view through a frosted window...someone has run one finger down the glass...
gutteridge: Someone with a very square finger.
Some more really interesting work here. It definitely seems as though our vision is being obscured behind frost covered glass
gutteridge: I had not thought of it like that so thank you Charles.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 14 Jan 2010, 06:01
This is wonderful to me and I just picture you spending a lot of time to have that one figured out....I can see you do this in a series again.... wink
A likey to me.
Hope you enjoy the sterke bak koffie die je altijd bij het ontbijt drinkt, een prettige dag en pas op met de sneeuw het kan glad zijn!!!!!
gutteridge: 'Hope you enjoy the sterke bak koffie die je altijd bij het ontbijt drinkt, een prettige dag en pas op met de sneeuw het kan glad zijn!!!!! ' Er, of course, now let me think...Stark black coffee the I also like hot breakfast drink, fine day in country with the snow hot can good sins.
  • zed
  • Australia
  • 14 Jan 2010, 07:16
Letter box view of the world
gutteridge: Letter box on its side.
You've been knocking out some highly original stuff lately young Chad. Keep them coming!
gutteridge: If you say so I will Bill.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 14 Jan 2010, 08:21
Is this a pillar of the community Chad - or maybe a pillar of wisdom?
gutteridge: It's a pillar box Tiff.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 14 Jan 2010, 08:30
I completely agree with Astrid- this is ART photography! Wonderful! I vision/see a snow- landscape - a hedged line- and a view of a southern - warmer region some of us may be looking for! Only the black stripe I find a little disturbing - why not a warmer colour- gentle yellow or green? I'm fascinated by this series- very innovative- and this 'pic' is the best one of all!
gutteridge: Thank you for your considered comment Philine. The 'black' stripe is the 'untwiddled' colour of the original photograph.
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 14 Jan 2010, 09:04
I like this one too Chad - A touch of the Blinky Palermos crossed with John Baldessari?
gutteridge: Another great honour for me Mike.
Evenbetter than yesterday's.

richard
gutteridge: Then it can only be downhill from here. Thanks Richard.
A "trompe-l'oeil" window on a high key vision of the world!
gutteridge: A fine description Richard.
The window we are peering through today, or what I think is a window, looks just like my bookmark!
gutteridge: I see what you mean Linda.
  • vintage
  • Australia
  • 14 Jan 2010, 11:29
Artistic view
gutteridge: Thank you Adrian.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 14 Jan 2010, 11:47
"behind frost covered glass"(Charles)- there are some winter pictures on SC now, of course- but "where have All The Flowers Gone", I mean the beautiful ice-flowers/Eisblumen which I as child loved observing at the glass windows early in the morning! I have never seen them since a lot of years! Jammer!
gutteridge: I remember these from my childhood. We did not have central heating then.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 14 Jan 2010, 11:56
I'm looking out for a bird crossing the blue- snow- white sky- but they might hide now anywhere, and I hope they can survive! Blackdog is right- a touch of Concept Art a la John Baldessari!
gutteridge: Not surprisingly I am a fan of Baldessari.
This is what we get through you being snowed in with all that time on your hands Chad, you are being very inventive.
gutteridge: This I did before the snow, just wait til you see what I have been up to lately.
  • Alan
  • Southampton. UK
  • 14 Jan 2010, 17:42
I think you need a new graphics card, Chad.. looks like it is only showing part of the image wink
gutteridge: I take you point Alan.
Its different..and a clever thought too.

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