what do you think i see? Sorry, I couldn’t resist a line from an old Donovan song. But I do have a window that sometimes gets condensation on it in the winter. I miss the view but the light is still nice and the condensation can be very interesting. Could be the start of a new series; cosmic condensation!
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Very nice! Clever subject matter, Ken. Don’t believe I would have thought of it!
Thanks, John. I’m practicing with the extension tubes and macro lens.
These are great, Ken! We have windows like that in the Winter, too.
Thanks, Meanderer. We get the condensation on just a few windows. Just enough to make it interesting.
These are fun, Ken. Glad you thought of shooting these—and posting.
Thanks, Linda. They’re fun to shoot, too.
Strong set, Ken!
These are interesting – I especially like the golds and blues in the #3490.
Did you get any of that snow that hit Buffalo, or is Webster far enough away to have escaped?
Thanks, Mel. The colors are from the leaves and sky with a little enhancement.
Only a small area of Buffalo got the huge snowfall last week. It was very localized. It’s a disaster by any yardstick but I have seen some extraordinary photos. We got an inch or two but it was gone the next day.
We had about 1/64 of an inch the other day. To us, that’s about the same as 5 or 6 feet.
Just one word : Woaw
Very nice set Ken – I really like how you have given them/found? a 3D effect with the transition from dark to light.
Thanks, ehpem. This effect might come from the stacked extension tubes in use to get close enough. I like the effect.
Great set of cosmic condensation, Ken!
Very cosmic feeling!
Thanks, Malin. We get a glimpse of the cosmos every time we shoot macro.
I like it even more after I have read this is condensation 🙂 some people would see only the condensation and stop there… you see more when you see out of your window, obviously 🙂
Thanks, Alexandra. Your personal attitude plays an important part in the way we perceive things. Be positive.