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Window Dressing
25-MAY-2012

Window Dressing

I have taken many images of this mysterious window since discovering it last year while out walking. I just found it so intriguing. I decided to post this view with shadowy #7 and horns on the top that made it even more sinister.

I have discovered the same window photographed by Raymond here on PBase 4 years ago! Have a look at his image - the window dressings have changed from his image.
http://www.pbase.com/rltma/image/100990215

Nikon D800
1/200s f/9.0 at 50.0mm iso200 full exif

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Jeff Real22-Jun-2014 13:42
The subject is incredible and the way you have captured it even more so ~V~
Raymond Ma05-Oct-2013 02:51
I'm gland you paid a visit to this place, just wild.
I do like your version, the 7 and the horns makes you think a Norman Bates lives there. V
an nguyen03-Jan-2013 01:25
Brilliant one .
shatterbug13-Jun-2012 07:04
What a great image...the tones and textures are so rich, and the overall mood is wonderful as well!
Rick Bricker12-Jun-2012 05:21
Oh I like this....your exposure and processing are spot on.Spookyyyyyy!!
V
Marcia Rules11-Jun-2012 23:21
wow! As if you stumbled onto an old Hitchcock movie set. Unnerving and brilliant
piece of art...V+
Walter O. Koenig11-Jun-2012 14:55
The horns, the shadows and this processing certainly add to the moodiness and sinister feel of this scene. Very strong work. "V"
Barbara Read and Fred Schaad11-Jun-2012 13:51
I can certainly understand your fascination.
globalgadabout11-Jun-2012 13:36
yes a fascinating scene...the horns certainly add an edge..
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