Me-Now-Views; Less Speak More Peek

Looked the father's window on afternoon before I left Edinburgh... decided to 'work' it with the Fudge.  All through the glass, so a bit affected by that.

The full-colour version of the one from Saturday (yes those are snowflakes).... and whilst I put the camera into mono with pop colour for Little Ren it didn't really matter, cuz apart from its red, the world was pretty grey anyway!!!

Then did a selection of same view, different hue...



...then it got a bit weird...tried the panorama function from the inside... back of father's head as he watches the darts. 



Oh  yeah, did I mention it was SNOWING...

19 comments:

  1. A bit of education for all of us!

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  2. Its amazing how the colours make the pictures appear warm, cold or inviting etc, each one having a different character. All very clever stuff.
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  3. Stunning Pictures... it astounds us that the Colors or Lack of them make SUCH a difference to how things look... and the FEEL that they give off...
    THIS is a Wake up call for those of us who are NOT color blind... it makes us SAD to think how much those folks MISS..

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  4. I think we could use some more snow cover! I love your colour play.
    Still pretty frigid here. Had physio this am for my tendonitis. Ah, old age....

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  5. Crikey ...... I so wanna see snow in ANY colour. The Princess got it right, aye??

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  6. Impressions of a winter day - a lovely series!
    Wish, we had a little snow...
    Have a nice week

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  7. Cool and the snow looks so beautiful.

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  8. Love the photos it looks so quaint there ;-)

    Have a snowtastic week ;-)

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  9. Lovely effects! Snow made evrything more beautiful =)

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  10. I love how the photos turned out, especially the one with the green feature colour.

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  11. So fun to see the different affects. I especially love the half red car.

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  12. Beautiful series, YAM - thanks for showing us the way monochrome can add interest at times!
    Have a great week, and please stop by and share at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/01/pretty-in-purples.html

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  13. That's really a lot of snow. Interesting monochrome pictures. Love the little splash of color.

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  14. What a fun and interesting way of showcasing these great pictures.
    Wish you a happy rest of the week.

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  15. Love the pop-colour thing. And you do that with just your camera? How brilliant is that?

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  16. Those are some great shots! Mom says she needs to get out with her camera WITHOUT me and Stanley! I can't imagine her even thinking that! So far she hasn't done it so we hope she will NOT!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  17. I love the section of colors. So pretty! The perspective is great to.

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  18. Beautifully shot - thanks for sharing! :)
    Happy Wordless Wednesday!

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