Shimmering Curtain

I really don’t do well in groups, which you’ve probably already figured out.

So this may not surprise you. There was a woman in our group in London who got on my very last nerve. She was good, too: she didn’t gradually have that effect on me. It was instant, from the very first time she spoke.

Then, later, on the bus, just after I made this photo, she tapped me on the shoulder to explain how my picture wouldn’t work, that it would only show foggy windows and nothing else. A regular photo critic, she was.

Anyway, it looks like she was right, and I’m being far to harsh about the situation. That shouldn’t surprise you, either.

London, UK
photographed 6.6.2017

Posted on July 10, 2017, in Photography and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 22 Comments.

  1. Hmm, how did she know that you didn’t have a thing about foggy windows?

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  2. Looks like she took a left at Wrong, then twice around the block for Incorrect.

    Some people.

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  3. Looks like it turned out just fine!!

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  4. Evidently since Iike it I will never make it as a critic 😦

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  5. Mmmm. Yum. Foggy windows and nothing else.

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  6. I’d say that when you add colour, it’s as if you’d smile, but it’s not precise. It’s like a splash of colour in a black&white movie, as Von Trier did in “Europa”.

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  7. Hmm she doesn’t really get it does she? 😄

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