Skywatch Friday: A Blur Sometimes

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I shot this photo of a nightgown hanging on a clothesline inside a little building at Lyman Orchards a few weeks ago as my nephews reminded me I was slowing down the walk to the car (where their snowy, cold feet would find relief). I took this shot at a few exposures and liked this one best because I like the juxtaposition of indoors and out in the glass. Though I took the picture because I liked the domestic image stuck in time, I find my eyes traveling to the blue beyond when I look at it.

Skywatch Friday

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  1. This has the quality of a painting, and an innocent intimacy that's just captivating. I love it.

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  2. fascinating-that is a piece of art...

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  3. Great one Sandy! Amazing.
    Have a lovely day and weekend.

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  4. That is a beautiful image, Sandy.

    Thanks for stopping by Healthy Moms and leaving us a comment.

    Have a totally awesome Thursday!

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  5. Such a gorgeous capture, Sandy, and it could be a painting! Wonderful composition. You are sooooo good at this! Hope you have a terrific weekend!

    Sylvia

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  6. You could use this for Weekend reflections! It's very interesting!

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  7. I agree w/ your feelings on this shot it is just fitting to have another shot within the shot since it is a shot of another time in our time:)- mine is up too.

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  8. Anonymous2:48 PM

    Riveting. I stared at this one for long moments, trying to figure out why.

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  9. I am a BIG fan of reflective shots of all kinds and this seems to be two .. reflection thru the window and a reflection on another time

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  10. Sandy this is excellent. A work of art!

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  11. Wow, didn't have to wonder where the sky was... it was in the reflection! :-)

    Pixellicious Photos

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  12. Great composition. An Art.
    Luiz Ramos

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  13. I have to agree with others - very artistic and I like it very much.
    Could be the cover of a romance novel perhaps. :)

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  14. Wonderful photo in so many ways, could sit and look at this view for a while, thanks for sharing with sky watch friday

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  15. I love the image, Sandy. Great capture.
    Have a great weekend

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  16. This is a masterpiece.

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  17. In my minds eye I see a lady sitting on the other side of the room looking out beyond the mundane.

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  18. That is terrific. I like the juxtoposition and the blur.

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  19. Wonderfully composed. Lovely snap.

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  20. This is very impressive! I want to gaze at it longer. It stirs some curiosity as to who might have hung that gown there. This is really good, Sandy.

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  21. This is an outside of the box photograph. Very interesting.
    Joyce USA

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  22. Great reflections...also makes one Reflect on life and time.

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  23. A "soul shot" for sure, Sandy!



    Aloha, my Friend


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  24. Interesting, and your description of the shot as well.

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  25. I love Lyman's. Great image. Love the reflection.

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  26. It's like a painting.

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  27. Like Yogi said its like a painting, nice shot Sandy

    Menacing Clouds

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  28. wonderful composition Sandy...really fabulous!

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  29. Very interesting composition, Sandy! I like the reflection too.

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  30. WOW! that is amazing my dearfriend!

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  31. Your juxtaposition is really turned out very well !
    Lovely capture Sandy.



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  32. Great shot... it looks as if that nightgown is tired of the night and longing for the blue skies of day!

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  33. I love the picture - it's looks like there is a story in there... some buried secrets in the darkness of the image... aah, you have such a good eye!

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  34. amazing shot, Sandy
    congrats
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  35. Lovely capture! I can see why it appeals.

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  36. This makes me think of a woman who died and is looking into the ghost of her life.

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  37. Intelligent shot to capture them all. Good control over your camera. It's beautiful!

    Have a wonderful weekend.

    Alexander
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  38. That is really lovely!

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  39. Really an innovative capture..:)

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  40. Great composition!

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  41. Very artful here.

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  42. Beautiful, yes, artful :)

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  43. I love it, Sandy, because it is original and unusual. And there are details there that keep me looking and looking!

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  44. it actually looks like it's really moving.

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  45. So much depth and complexity in this lovely photograph ... it draws and holds my attention.
    Hugs and blessings,

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  46. A lovely shot indeed, reminiscent of some of my daughter's exhibitions.

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  47. Wow-that photo is a piece of art. I could look at it and let my imagination run wild all day.

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