Saturday, March 3, 2012

"It was always your light that I saw at the window"

"It was always your light that I saw at the window" - fourteen threadless needles by Vito Pasquale

8 comments:

Joan Elizabeth said...

This one is interesting in that there is so little else other than the light.

Roberto said...

light is beautiful in its darkness....

Luis Andre R. Lapa said...

Well done!!

James Weekes said...

Oooooooooooooooooohh!! What an incredible atmospheric shot! Wow.

Vita Stunder said...

Extraordinary, Martina!

Martina said...

Joan Elizabeth, I went out of my way with this one and did some heavy post-processing ;-), i.e. moving sliders from left to right and vice versa until the noise and blur were reduced and everything else was black. Golden rule in the age of digital photography: Never ever delete a photo, however misshapen it may be, ;-)

Vita, thanks a lot!

Roberto, yes, indeed.

Luis, gracias!

James, thanks. This is a Romanic cloister (built 1240 - 1245), part of a basilica I visited on my birthday in November - after visiting a Gisèle Freund exhibition in the same town, ;-)

Walter Neiger said...

wonderful ... that was an illuminating birthday!

Martina said...

Walter, thank you! The exhib was really interesting and well done.

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