A nice view of the parking lot from the second floor. With the beautiful ironwork of the window. Still not sure "What's on 2nd", Virginia.Costas
You mean, "Who's on first?" don't you, ha, ha?I like this. It reminds me of the Musee d'Orsay clock.
Où se trouve cet endroit?
I like it. Good work.
I don't know who's on third?
I agree with Bibi re Musee D'Orsay - "fiddling about" success!
Ya'll are on it this morning! HACostas, "What's on 2nd?" is an antique/collectibles store on Second Avenue in B'ham! Bibi,It does remind me of the Orsay's clock.Claudine,You stumped me today, I had to use the translator.See my comment to Costas. Bon weekend everyone!
How fun!How many levels in that shop??
Good fiddilin' :-)
I knew right where you were before I read the text. I tried taking a shot of the same view....yours is tons better!
Very spokey. Love it. (And you only had to fiddle with it cuz the darn cameras cannot replicate what the eye sees no matter how good a photographer one is.)VW: kninalba - "knin" you know you were "alba" to do that?
The more I try backlit shots the more frustrated I get, they're definitely difficult to do but you did it!
i don't know why, but this just isn't you for some reason. Sorry, V. Great shot, but it ain't you!!!
okay I deserve that!
Ha, yes you do but tomorrow I'll do one you'll like I hope. Get that darn panda offa yo blog! :)
Oh KM, what am I gonna do? I'll bet the "fiddlin' " threw you off! Oui?VPaula,i can't get b acklights either that's why I souped it up with the saturation.Tash,Spokey, that's great!steviewren.Girl, we have GOT to get together. Email me and we'll go out and have us some fun.
Fiddle-dee-dee works for me!
Is that a shaft from a window? It suddenly looked like the frame of the photo you've taken. That's actually an excellent shot! The scenery outside is very clear. How did you come up with the idea?
Carl, I don't know exactly what the spoke was just thought it made an interesting shot. Thanks.V
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