Mirrored image of the Centennial Bridge

Mirrored image of the Centennial Bridge
One frosty and very still morning in November, 2010, Centennial Bridge, Miramichi, NB, Canada

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Friday, April 1, 2011

Taking a break from work

After seeing Martin's entry about Players Please, I thought I would submit this picture of Dad giving himself a light, Dad always liked to experiment with his camera. This would have been in the 40's, Dad is now 87.

17 comments:

  1. Every picture tells a story; intriguing work to use a camera this way.

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  2. That's a clever and fun photo.

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  3. I didn't get it at first - yes, I'm a bit slow - but a great photograph, thank you.

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  4. I am like Brett, I had to look and re-read what you had written. This is a fantastic photo. Your father was very talented.

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  5. That is rather amazing...still trying to figure it all out....great photographer back in the day, does he still shoot pictures?

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  6. Oh that is clever indeed, and was much more difficult to do back in those days than it is in these days of Photoshop. Picking up a theme from another SS contributor is in the true spirit of Sepia Saturday.

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  7. Very, very cool double exposure!

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  8. Thanks for the comments. Some answers to your questions. Kristen, he took the first picture, then only advanced the film half way, then took the next picture. He doesn't take photos anymore, he is 87 years old. I believe I take my love of photography from him.

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  9. Oh so very clever. Your dad was so talented. I'd love to put this shot next to martin's players ad. Wouldn't they be perfect together?
    Nancy
    Ladies of the grove

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  10. It would take me forever to work out how to do that in Photoshop, never mind with a traditional camera. Wonderful photo - thank you. :-) Jo

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  11. That is awesome, so glad you shared this picture, very clever!

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