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Sunday, December 2, 2007

Sunshine Elsewhere

Illinois Street. Walking downtown between the buildings where the sun always seems to be where I'm not...

14 comments:

  1. That spotted sun is really interesting to see. I wonder what created that effect.

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  2. The light certainly makes for an interesting picture.

    Too bad it wasn't a church or a hospital - you could have called it "Saint Elsewhere" like the old tv show:)

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  3. That's a hauntingly beautiful shot.

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  4. Ah yes, I've seen the equivalent in Sydney and also here in Avignon, it makes for really interesting effects. Cool shot!

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  5. Clever use of light, shadow, and reflections. Very good!

    from South Shields Daily Photo

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  6. Your photo are never usual. This one, once more it's an exceptional capture.

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  7. Thank you, Annie, Mo, Clueless, David, Nathalie, Curly and Fabrizio!

    Annie, it was the windows across that caught the sun and reflected the light in this intriguing pattern.

    Clueless, oh that would have made a great title for this post...

    David, thank you for your comment and welcome to my Chicago dp blog. I hope to see you here again!

    Despite the fact that I was cold when I took this shot, i guess I'm glad the sun was over there instead of where I was--I wouldn't have had the chance to take this photo if I was enjoying the sunshine...

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  8. very cool lighting, and the red awnings are such fun!

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  9. Wow! You're lucky you got that shot.

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  10. Thank you, Sam and Web-OJ! yes, i felt quite lucky to capture it!

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  11. Very beautiful shot! Your other pics are nice too. I will be back again.

    I hopped over from weboj (q8 kuwait blog). I also grew up reading Enid Blyton.

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  12. This is really a great picture!

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  13. Thanks, Hyberabad and Neva!

    And welcome to my Chicago dp, Hyberabad--am glad to know you, me and web-Oj all have E. Blyton books in common!

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