Friday, February 27, 2015

It Came From Where?


I really wish I could tell you what happened here.  I was after the shadows of our tall White  pine on our neighbor's roof.  It appears that my camera was aimed towards the neighbor's place yet I cannot figure out how I got the reflection of our place.
Any thoughts?

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13 comments:

  1. Wow, spooky JP. Double windows somehow to bounce off or a mirror in the house. However you did it, it's a good one. :-)

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  2. Interesting shot, JP. I agree with Judith's theory. ;)

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  3. looks cool - kinda like an old double exposure. :)

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  4. It is kind of cool, reflection and the shadows.. Have a happy weekend!

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  5. it is amazing. it looks like a double exposure but i don't think we can do that on digital.. i love it.

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  6. It really does look like you got a double exposure somehow.

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  7. Oh my it could be the ghost house! Ha! Ha! It is rather interesting how and when we captured reflections, and surely it caught something, and if gave us quite a fascinating photo to wonder about.

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  8. What a very cool shot. No idea how it happened though

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  9. This is totally cool! Kind of a ghostly effect, it looks like an on purpose exposure to be fancy. LOVE it! I wish I could capture something like this.

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  10. I love it no matter how why, when, or where it happened!! Very randomly...birch trees are my favorite! :)

    Jane x

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  11. I dont know but its sure neat!

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  12. Great effect however you got it. One of those happy accidents

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  13. My first thought would also have been some sort of window reflection...hope you can duplicate it another time, JP

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