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A View through this Looking Glass and the whole world seems to be different.

 

So, raise your Glasses, I wish you a happy 2016

LOL I was having too much fun just aranging the glasses and watching the patterns that formed. It was a fun way to spend a day off school due to bad weather.. :-) and I learned something new ....

Minolta MC Rokkor-PG 58mm f1.2 / My Sony a77.

Are you Into Rokkor glass? Then you're in good company .....

Come & join us at Face Book Group "Rokkor Bokeh"

www.RokkorBokeh.com lands you directly on the page.

All comers are welcome!

Glass marbles out of focus. Took this before I started to play with camera movement.

I like these old liqueur-glasses, an heritage of "Aunt Anneliese"!

...and to all our American friends: "Happy 4th of July"

Photo excursion with flickr friends Tobias Neubert Photography, Johannes Roesch Photography, P. Höcherl, schda22. and newton_at_woolsthorpe heading the glass factory Lamberts at Waldsassen. It is worldwide one of the last three companies producing only mouth-blown glass.

 

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Roger Gandelman's blue centered bottle surrounded by delicate flowers encased in clear crystal. This perfume bottle stands 5.5" tall. Smith Galleries is a gallery of contemporary American fine craft, art, jewelry, framing and creative toys for children. The gallery is located in the Village at Wexford in Suite J11 (UPPER LEVEL) at 1000 William Hilton Parkway on Hilton Head Island, SC. Gallery hours are 10 - 6 Monday through Saturday. 800.272.3870 Made in the USA!

Glass frogs live in and among the trees and plants of humid mountain forests in Central and South America. Higher up the mountain the rainforests are called cloud forests because the trees are almost always covered in clouds. Glass frogs are mostly active at night, which makes them very difficult to spot for predators.

Photo excursion with flickr friends Tobias Neubert Photography, Johannes Roesch Photography, P. Höcherl, schda22. and newton_at_woolsthorpe heading the glass factory Lamberts at Waldsassen. It is worldwide one of the last three companies producing only mouth-blown glass.

 

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"Wheel of Fortune" reflected in wine glass.

Glass reflections

 

An urban capture, taken in Rotterdam.

I think it's funny to see that a photographer is looking, but not seeing the reflections here, completely overwhelmed by the architecture in the centre of Rotterdam.

Points of interest (reflected ofcourse) : the Pencil building (also called the Blaaktower) , het Potloodgebouw of de Blaaktoren , the central library or de Centrale Bibliotheek , a part of the trainstation Blaak , treinstation Blaak and the Statendam.

Photo excursion with flickr friends Tobias Neubert Photography, Johannes Roesch Photography, P. Höcherl, schda22. and newton_at_woolsthorpe.

heading the glass factory Lamberts at Waldsassen. It is worldwide one of the last three companies producing only mouth-blown glass.

 

had this photo selected for the 2014 Oxford photography festival, it will be in the 'Selektif' exhibition (glass themed) in September,

 

I snuck behind the bar to get this. I had two attempts and this is the no-flash version.

Theresia chapel in Westende.

Belgium

Large window in St. Paul and Peter church.

Oostende

 

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I have almost finished my 365 project where you post a photo a day for a year. You get a lot of great ideas from your fellow 365r's such as this one.

Glass and reflections make everything a little more magical ;)

  

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Shot with darkfield illumination, as a focus stack of 11 shots, --- shot via focus Variation and stacked with Photoshop.

Looking through glass at glass in the mirror.

Hey YES! I meant the glasses ;-)

It's actually snowing today - well, light flurries. Not enough to photograph, so I thought I would do a bit of indoor macro.

I remembered I had lots of coloured glass pebbles from my 'flower arranging' days, when I used to enter competitions etc.

Did a bit of cropping and just a little tweaking for artistic effect ....

This is how I remember looking at Mom's candy dish when I was a kid.

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