On the basis that my previous entry (for the Photo Friday challenge – Discovery) isn’t all that exciting I thought I’d post this one today as well – which I much prefer. It was taken through the lounge window of a friend’s house. It’s an old leaded window with various pieces of shaped, coloured, and frosted glass surrounding a number of larger clear panes, and the various different pieces of glass provided a variety of interesting distortions.

And just for once there wasn’t too much done to this shot other than an increase in contrast and saturation. So, despite it looking as though it may have been post-processed quite thoroughly, it’s actually a reasonably straight shot.

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Canon G5
2.36pm on 14/4/04
f3.2
1/320
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+0.0
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50
23.0mm
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B+W UV 010
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