© Andrew MacLaren-Scott
In both shots the light on the river made me think of crumpled cellophane wrapping paper. The season may have something to do with that...
These remind me of my experimentation of taking photos through the cellophane wrappers from a quality street chocolate. When using the purple wrapper it always provided an interesting photo.It is a shame they have changed the wrappers and I am no longer able to experiment.
Which reminds me of when I was ill as a child and always peeling off and looking through the dark orange cellophane that the Lucozade bottles used to be wrapped in. My mother thought Lucozade was essential to treat anything (even to treat the fact that I wasn't really ill but was acting wonderfully to get a day off school - sorry Mum, only about 50% of my illnesses came under that category)
that is beautiful!
Glad you like it Shoshana, and welcome.
The French words for would be: ruisselante ou froissée. Very appealing...
I like the sound of that, Claude. And to see an astonishing sky click on Shoshana above, go to her "Does it Really" blog and scroll down to the "Sky Watch" post.
Too much time on your hands, lad. :)
Time admiring a river reflecting light at night is time well spent in my opinion James; but then I suppose I could've been at home at that time on Saturday evening watching The X-Factor... Nah... time well spent :) Plus taking my "Constitutional" 30 minutes of brisk walking (apart from when I stop walking to take a photo.
This looks very aileenish, and I like both images very much.
Aileen works in mysterious ways Sean. Watch out for her.
I like these for their dark mystery.