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Sucker for reflections and repeating geometry. Erratic uploader but always taking more pics. Now more behind than ever thanks to several recent work trips.

Currently shooting with a Panasonic DMC-TZ3, which has all the zoom I could ever need, but lacks some other refinements. It'll do until there's an affordable SLR with enormo-zoom that I can fit in my pocket; watching the Four Thirds consortium with interest ...

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16th Dec 2008, 13:37   | tags:,,

paintist says:


16th Dec 2008, 14:20

crickson says:

Hope this isn't your car...

16th Dec 2008, 14:23

billion says:

pretty smart. some seriously complex geometry going on there...

16th Dec 2008, 14:24

nige says:


16th Dec 2008, 14:24

itchymoblog says:

LOL, crickson! No, it isn't, It's a shop window. On the one hand, vandalism = bad, but on the other, it was so pretty ...

16th Dec 2008, 14:24

itchymoblog says:

billion, Nige, it was so pretty ... I felt a bit voyeuristic really!

16th Dec 2008, 14:26

Caine says:

Another wow here. Amazing to look at, but I'm sorry for whoever got their window all broke.

16th Dec 2008, 21:44

itchymoblog says:

It's a reasonably high-end department store; they can afford it. Not that vandalism is okay, mind. And yes, lovely to look at. If there must be violence and nastiness in the world, it should at least be pretty violence and nastiness.

16th Dec 2008, 23:00

DocD says:

Like this

17th Dec 2008, 01:00

itchymoblog says:


I wonder if glaziers ever see the beauty, or if it's just a job to fix.

17th Dec 2008, 01:01

itchymoblog says:

Yeah, vandalism is funnier/more beautiful when it's happening to other people :-/

And LOL! Poor Spidey would be unable to see out.

20th Dec 2008, 11:51

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