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The Window
Lens: HDDA 15 limited Camera: K3 Photo Location: Montreux, Switzerland ISO: 800 Shutter Speed: 1/125s Aperture: F5 
Posted By: RobG, 07-01-2022, 03:49 AM


The Window
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Chateau de Chillon, Montreux, Switzerland.
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07-01-2022, 07:55 AM   #2
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Nice catch. A window view of a second window. This structure looks fairly old, based on the way it is constructed. Thanks for posting.
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Intriguing composition, Rob. Clever and well done!

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QuoteOriginally posted by MikeNArk Quote
Nice catch. A window view of a second window. This structure looks fairly old, based on the way it is constructed. Thanks for posting.
Thanks Mike! The Chateau de Chillon dates from the 16th century.


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Intriguing composition, Rob. Clever and well done!
Thanks Jer! I wish I could have used an HDR exposure, but as with many tourist attractions; no tripods allowed.

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Intriguing capture!
It almost seems that one of those novels of castle intrigues could have used this double-window setup to create some very sinister plot!
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Intriguing capture! It almost seems that one of those novels of castle intrigues could have used this double-window setup to create some very sinister plot!
Thank you! Some feature of the castle is clearly missing, but I framed the window frame with the window frame.
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very clever. good eye!

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very clever. good eye!
Thank you! Sometimes we forget to look up.
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Great work. Very smartly done and many thnx for sharing.

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Great work. Very smartly done and many thnx for sharing.
Thanks Tony! Someone reminded me of driving through the St Bernard's Pass, which led me to reviewing my photos from that day - which ended in Montreux.
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