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01-15-2020, 05:26 PM - 1 Like   #3391
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From a recent European River Cruise.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Bruce Clark Quote
From a recent European River Cruise.
The Abbey at Melk. You were more fortunate with the light than I was – we got there as the sun was casting fairly long shadows. Nice shot.

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Infrared reflections, with some nice comatic glow added by the K28/2 at max aperture:

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Mike, that is most intriguing. I see reflections, but I see no water or any other reflecting element.
It is as if the ground is the reflecting agent.
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QuoteOriginally posted by rod_grant Quote
Mike, that is most intriguing. I see reflections, but I see no water or any other reflecting element.
It is as if the ground is the reflecting agent.
It is a sort of photographic trompe d'oeil. I cannot quite figure it out, but perhaps the photographic image appears upside down with the top portion being the reflection and the bottom portion the reality? A great puzzler!
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trompe d'oeil - I had to look that one up!!
good one.
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QuoteOriginally posted by rod_grant Quote
trompe d'oeil - I had to look that one up!!
good one.
I am really not all that smart--I also had to look it up to spell it correctly.
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QuoteOriginally posted by ivanvernon Quote
I am really not all that smart--I also had to look it up to spell it correctly.
For the record, it’s “trompe l'oeil”, not “trompe d'oeil”, literally meaning “trick the eye” (not “trick of eye”, which is what trompe d'oeil translates as). It’s been used in art and architecture for a long time – the oldest example I can think of is with Greek columns that were tapered at the top, not for any structural reason, but because they looked more correct that way when viewed from below. Pavement artists use it to give the impression there’s another world below your feet.
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