Nice window,Marilyn,I see you harvested in Quebec,this time.And always so cold yet!
Thanks, Daniela. It was rough harvesting! There was such a severe storm that the opening ceremonies for Quebec's big winter festival, Carnaval, were postponed from Friday night to Saturday night! Because of the storm (many centimetres of snow falling on top a slippery layer of ice), I wasn't able to do some of the sightseeing and photography that I'd hoped to do. But as you well know, we can't decide ahead of time what photos we'll take. We have to take them where we find them!
I love windows and doors! Nice color too!
I've read that you can learn about yourself by looking to see what kind of photos you take. I seem to take a lot of window and door shots, and I particularly like taking ones framed by a window or doorway, looking out. I wonder what that says about me??
This is an interesting question, and one that I don't know the answer to, but wish that I did. I will ask around. I tend to like the same. Very interesting.
Hi Marilyn; They do say that the camera takes a picture both ways - so it is an insight into a persons personality (you would notice a complete lack of people in my photos -- so what does that tell you!)
I like the colours in this photo - the cool of the ice and the warmth of the red.
Well Done!!!! Ian S
The camera takes a picture both ways!! I like that way of putting it. Thanks, too, for your comment on the photo.
A lack of people? The Exeter Cathedral shot I posted recently is an exception to the usual lack of people in mine, too. In part, I think I find that people "date" photos, an I'm after "timeless" images. But that's ridiculous!! Every photo captures a moment in time! So the analysis continues ... Marilyn
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