I have just returned from the Light Move Festival in Lodz, Poland – again. We were there last year, Viveka (My guilty pleasures) and I, and this year some of my best friends wanted to join me. Patty’s theme just seems meant for me – Look Up!
Lodz has a lot to offer visitors – even an enormous amount of art murals – outstandingly beautiful and worth walking for hours to see. Sometimes a lonely dog on a balcony as well…
Finally – Lodz has got some lovely parks to fill my lungs and eyes with as well! So, Look Up and you will be greatly rewarded!
Thank you, Patti, for a great challenge!
Experimental…at least maybe a little. I love mirrored motifs, and often cannot resist taking a photo. Here, in Lodz, I was just going to press the button…when I realized the photo might be a bit more intriguing if I chose to enclose the ”real” buildings to the left of the house as well. What is really ”real” in the picture and what is ”unreal”?
Was the result of the experiment a more fun/interesting picture or not? Well, as I did not shoot an alternative picture, we do not know, but we can still have an opinion!
A last ray of sun…
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Why do many/most people like…frames? (Or maybe not?) And what defines a frame?
This window photo displays some frames – photographed when I was looking out of my own hotel window. I like it, despite its drabness and ordinariness.
Many city windows look just like the one above…or like this one…
But a frame does not have to look like a window frame or a door frame…or a painting frame – it can be…different.
And frames can be – very different!
It can stare at you in night light…
…or give you an irregular, sunlit moment.
So – what do you think about frames? Are you a compulsive frame user, or not? Do we need them at all?
I guess Cee’s In the Distance also applies to a less open landscape. A glimpse of …something at the end of the path.