Sunday, 6 December 2009

Postcards: Through a Glass, Darkly

Through a Glass, Darkly (2)No doubt about it, our perceptions of the world are affected by the window through which we see. I was processing more of my photographs to print and hang on the wall and decided to group the following three photographs together under this theme.

Through a Glass Darkly


Through a Glass Darkly


Through a Glass Darkly


The first image is of two people eating in a restaurant in Penrith, U.K. The texture in the image is the texture of the glass in the window, which was used to afford the restaurant patrons some privacy from passers-by on the sidewalk. The second image is rain on my kitchen window with the leaves turning colour in the fall. The third image is of a set of coloured pail tops in Freeman Patterson's barn in Kingston, NB. Like the restaurant, the texture in the image is from the glass.

3 comments:

Aly Beth said...

Your photographs are really incredible! I just got absorbed for way too long!

JayM said...

Amazing.

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