Monday, 25 April 2011



magiceye said...

lovely concept, wonderfully executed!

Anonymous said...

I like how you've framed the building.

I'm sorry the flower photo made you sad.

T. Becque said...

Nice shapes and lines here!

Lucy Corrander said...

Hello Magiceye, Woody and T.Becque.

I work on a laptop and, sometimes, it trips me up because the angle of the screen and its settings affect quite significantly what one sees.

When I posted this picture, I didn't realise one could see under the canopy. I thought the detail under was consumed in darkness.

When, by chance, I tilted the screen and changed the power options to 'High Performance' the struts under the canopy sprung into view.

I won't change it - and, if you, too, are seeing the roof supports, I hope, for you, they add to the picture - but, in my eyes, they distract from the framing of the tall building beyond the station.

Not the same as photos in print, where one can be moderately sure photographer and viewers have the same image in front of them!


VP said...

Working mostly on a laptop I have experienced the same problem with some darker parts of pictures.
It didn't happen with prints, but many more bad things could go wrong then...