The Persistence of Memory

© Martha R. Mazon

The Persistence of Memory

Uploaded: April 03, 2016 08:47:14 | Entered: April 03, 2016 08:57:43

Description

An old archive image, shot from the floor where I used to work, looking at 101 California reflecting the PG&E and 1 California buildings across the street in two directions. The challenge was obscuring the ceiling lights that were included in a secondary reflection inside the window where I was standing.

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Exif: F Number: 3.6, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 1/30 seconds, Flash: did not fire, compulsory flash mode, ISO: 200, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 40.70 mm, Model: DMC-FZ50

Comments

JO ANN CLEVELAND April 03, 2016

Looks like a winner to me Martha, definitely a fave!! #1653868

Shirley D. Freeman level-deluxe April 03, 2016

Nice title and image. The old reflected in the new! Well seen and captured. #11456274

John Connolly April 03, 2016

You have excelled yourself with this amazing theme image Martha! What a remarkable sight and capture! #11456348

Jeff Robinson level-deluxe April 03, 2016

A great reflection capture! #11456386

Patrick Rouzes April 03, 2016

Beautiful tones, lines, ,clarity, reflections & lighting, Martha! #11456731

Karen E. Gold level-deluxe April 09, 2016

What a wonderful capture Martha. #11458994

Sylvia Rourke level-classic May 03, 2016

Fabulous reflection capturing the soft and subdued tones, an apr fav for me #11469930

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