Monday Window – September 13, 2021

Forms of Windows

These views look up at one of the more unusual buildings in Buckhead. That’s down in Atlanta, Georgia.

It was in early spring, some twelve years ago, when I took these two photos on successive days at about the same time. The exposures were identical, but the lighting conditions were not.

One was taken at 9:25 am the other at 9:58 am the previous day. A light overcast makes a huge difference in the way the building, and the sky, looks.

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Monday Window – September 6, 2021

Window Abstraction

Oh yes, this is a “straight” photo. No graphics manipulation, no distortion effects. This is what I saw and what the camera saw. Reflection in a window wall. The panes are not optically flat, so the images are distorted. On the right you can recognize balconies on the building behind the camera.

This is another photograph from my archives.

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