Sunday, 20 October 2013

Picture This #222 ~ Windows

First I want to congratulate Belita on her beautiful image chosen for the header.. You are a very special photographer.

This is in Eureka California... Beautiful windowsSueC1

This is old town in Shasta California from the 1800s. Mining townSueC2

This is taken in a Ghost town called Bodie California.SueC3


8 comments:

  1. Hi Sue. I've sent you a PM on Facebook giving instructions on how to find the sizing options in Flickr.

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  2. Oh, Sue, I love your three photos. I saw them in a larger size and they are excellent, as always. The first one has an exotic feel (at least, at my eyes), the second is very uncommon. Is that a wall with windows that's under construction or the remains of an abandoned structure? The third one is my favourite. Love those textures...

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  3. Beautiful facade.

    Almost a room.

    Great shot.

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  4. Hi Sue!! I've got the HTML codes all sorted now. It's looking a lot better now. Love the red house in the first shot, really nice windows. Is the second shot of buildings left over from the old California gold-rush? really interesting third shot, too. Looks like half the building is wood and half tin-sheets.

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  5. Wow, Sue, three great pictures. I love the red in your top picture and the detail work of the facade. The old brick from Shasta is beautiful and I especially love the variety of textures you have captured from Bodie. It's an amazing picture!

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  6. beautiful pictures, original too, I especially like the composition on the last one, I do not know ... something abut the different textures around the window, makes it interesting...

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  7. The first photo is a very good capture. The 2nd and 3rd are very nostalgic and interesting.

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  8. Excellent, Sue. I love the architecture of the house in Eureka. The design of the windows is something that I have seen before this photo. The second and third photos are good example of an historic era in California.

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