Mundane Monday #34

This would have been last week’s photo had I been able to  navigate the new and improved (?) WP format. That was so yesterday, last week. Without further ado, this is today’s Mundane Monday:

Pho Trablogger’s Mundane Monday 34 brings another chance to play with pictures. While I’m still learning the how and to of working with my camera, I’m fining some rather fascinating results, which are not always what I meant, or hoped for, but none the less seem interesting.

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What is seen is the setting sun’s reflecting the shadow of trees behind me, outside the front window.  When we looked at it through the cam’s viewer, it appeared as a split image. as if there were two pictures merging. Almost an inversion – polarization, if you will. The right side is the wall, and the darker, left side is the end of a bookcase, also with the color dappling upon the wood grain. At the far left, where it seems the light has flashed greater color on the wood, is actually the drapes beyond the bookcase.

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8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. calensariel
    Nov 23, 2015 @ 18:17:46

    It almost looks like the double images dad used to get on regular film when it didn’t advance far enough in the camera. Cool!

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  2. trablogger
    Nov 28, 2015 @ 03:32:57

    Very interesting observation again. Glad you are getting addicted 😀

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  4. Aadhirai
    Nov 30, 2015 @ 09:07:54

    Interesting click and objects.. 🙂

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