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photoblog image Some ones favourite ( 9 of 9)

Some ones favourite ( 9 of 9)

This one is for Ginnie and Donica. Last week Ginnie met me in my home village, where she got the preview of all my nightpictures of this series on SC. This one is/was her favourite so I waited till the grand finale with this one. Ginnie and Donica, have a safe flight home this weekend and enjoy the Holidays with your beloved family.

I did not use PaintShop, I took it in RAW and only changed the size.

Some ones favourite ( 9 of 9)

This one is for Ginnie and Donica. Last week Ginnie met me in my home village, where she got the preview of all my nightpictures of this series on SC. This one is/was her favourite so I waited till the grand finale with this one. Ginnie and Donica, have a safe flight home this weekend and enjoy the Holidays with your beloved family.

I did not use PaintShop, I took it in RAW and only changed the size.

comments (18)

  • Martin
  • Houston
  • 13 Dec 2007, 00:38
I really have to try this. Striking effect!
Picturit: Martin you would LOVE it, I did, I am kind of hooked on to photography in the dark, I love the contrast of the dark and the mystery of the lights in it. Thank you for the nice compliment as always smile
This photo looks like a celebration.
Picturit: It is a celebration Mary, every time I pass this windmill, mostly during the day at least 3 times a week, I remember I was out there in the dark and having a good time taking pictures.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 13 Dec 2007, 06:19
Oh yes, a very interesting graphic pic with fascinating reflections and repetitions, never I saw such an extraordinary molen-foto, far away from 'Dutch- cliches'! I can understand that this one may be " some ones favourite" , my favourite was Nr. 4!
Picturit: Philine thank you so much for your nice compliment, it is sometimes dificult to take a picture of an object we all know as cliche, so I kind of liked it that I could do somthing different with it, about #4, is the favourite of my brother too, thanks for visiting and have a nice day!
  • Ginnie
  • United States
  • 13 Dec 2007, 06:50
It is STILL my favorite, Astrid!!! A windmill in the middle of a windmill! It's like magic and I still don't know how you did it, even after you told me!

You are most kind with your best wishes for our safe trip home. THANK YOU! That means the world to me!
Picturit: I know Ginnie and you are most welcome, also that I know windmills will ever be part of your heart, it reminds you of very special times wink well maybe I have patented this kind of photography, ooooh I love it when I am modest tongue
  • Ann
  • 13 Dec 2007, 08:03
Light seems to be ejected by the mill ... Very nice effect ...
Picturit: Thank you Annfor yous nice compliment as always smile
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 13 Dec 2007, 09:17
Oh yes, excellent in so many aspects. Gone to my likeys.
Picturit: You're too nice Louis, thanks!! as always
  • Ruth
  • United States
  • 13 Dec 2007, 10:24
I love all the lines, however you did it.
Picturit: Ginnie did not figuer that one out too, but is so nice to use it, thanks Ruth for visiting smile
  • Kathryn
  • Germany
  • 13 Dec 2007, 10:46
I really have enjoyed your night series, Astrid. Nice use of the zoom to get that windmill in windmill. The lights and lines are so nice.
Picturit: Thanks Kathryn for your nice comment smile
  • Ginnie
  • United States
  • 13 Dec 2007, 11:43
Oh, Louis's comment reminded me that this is a Likey for me! You betcha!
Picturit: Ginnie thanks tonguetonguetongue hartelijk bedankt wink
  • Gale
  • Cape of storms
  • 13 Dec 2007, 11:44
Very effective.. very well captured. I see why it is their favourite!! I still dont understand what you have done.....(as Ginne says) I can see the duplication of the cog of the wheel.
Picturit: Gale it is not that difficult but there is a 'touch' to it, I like it too smile thanks for your nice comment as always smile
  • Monika
  • cold London
  • 13 Dec 2007, 12:30
Very interesting effect!
Picturit: Thank you Monika smile
I like this - lovely tones.
Picturit: Yes the lights were yellow/orange that gave the warmth glow to it, thanks Bernie for visiting.
oh my Astrid what a fantastic photosmile, its got everything,superb light,shadows,movement,angels,super stuff,well done....tim
Picturit: You're so kind Tim, thanks smile
It is wonderfully magical Astrid. Congratulations
Picturit: You're welcome Richard, thank you for your nice comment!!
  • VZ
  • Atlanta, USA
  • 13 Dec 2007, 19:02
It's a pretty rare thing to see a photograph of a piece of architecture that is interesting, that says something new beyond what the architect has already determined for you to see. This one, Astrid, is one of those rare photographs that go beyond the obvious. Congratulations.
Z
Picturit: Viktor you make me blush with this wonderful compliment, you know as well as I do, I am new in this world of photography and I do a lot of it by instinct, you made my day, my dear Viktor smile
  • Scarlet
  • Netherlands
  • 13 Dec 2007, 22:06
Fantastic Astrid!
Picturit: Thanks Scarlet, as always smile
  • Ellie
  • with frosty
  • 13 Dec 2007, 22:59
Wooh! Clever combination of pictures. Don't know how you did it, but it looks brilliant. smile
Picturit: Ellie that is the fun of it, it IS just one picture, I showed Ginnie, she does not know how it works, sometimes we do and sometimes we don't get it, thank you so much for your nice compliment, as always smile
A likey !!!!!!!!!!!!
Picturit: I knew it, I knew it tongue thanks Zeb ( don't you worry I will stay modest grin )

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