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  1. December 6, 2013

    I love how the reflections and patterns in the glasses are repeated in the windows of the cars. This is especially true with the windows in the lower right. As a result, it makes the picture have three focal points that complement each other in pattern and shape.

  2. December 6, 2013

    I can see a (very) little Canary… 😉

    • December 6, 2013

      Really? Where?!

      • December 6, 2013

        In the right lens…
        It looks like the Canary wears a large plaid shirt. 😀

    • December 6, 2013

      now I get it. Aren’t you clever, Sherlock!?

      • December 6, 2013

        I am certainly as nosey as him, for the nonce. 🙂

      • December 6, 2013

        heh. I might have worn a baggy rag or something as this picture was taken in Thailand and it was super-humid. I am impressed.

      • December 6, 2013

        I think anybody interested in your work would try to find a picture of the photographer, a reflection, especially when you don’t show yourself and keep mysterious… The reflection in the glasses is a classic.
        Well, I suppose anybody would. I don’t believe I’m a freak. 🙄

      • December 6, 2013

        Haha. Nah, you are not a freak. Given that you are the ambassador of the canary, I can even show you a canary picture once 😉 However, there are not too many. I never liked to be photographed. Funny, isn’t it? However, as for now, I am going to be out and about in snowy Berlin. Have a nice day! 😉

      • December 6, 2013

        Enjoy snowy Berlin, take thousands of photos…
        Have a nice day too ! 😀

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