Monday Window – February 8, 2021

Through a window darkly …

Here in the “sunny South of the United States” we don’t get much winter. Yesterday, however, a bit came through. It was mostly rain, mixed with sleet, and an occasional snowflake.

Here is a lonesome parking lot, seen through a wet window. The precipitation was falling with just a little bit of wind. You can see the streaks. The “bokeh” is produced by the raindrops on the window.

Two photos here taken with my iPhone. One at 1/11 second, the other 1/4 second. I did do a bit of touching up, but these are pretty much as both I and the camera saw our dark and dreary evening.

And here a crop, my rendition of “Winter in the South”.

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.:. © 2021 Ludwig Keck

By Ludwig

Lending a helping hand where I can. . . My motto: If it is worth doing, it is worth doing well.


  1. A fine way to do bird photography. I think you can buy rubber lens shades that exclude reflections and make photographing through windows effortless.


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