Ft. Massac State Park; part three

A little more “creative take” on the park that was introduced HERE in part one and HERE in part two.

Reflections in the old, historic, wavy glass produced some interesting images as did views looking out of the windows.

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(You may click on any image to view larger.)

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11 Responses to Ft. Massac State Park; part three

  1. Marcie says:

    What an interesting park!! Love how you’re taking us on a tour of the interior and exterior spaces and their historic nature. Wonderful piece of 3-part (will there be more??) photojournalism.

  2. Anita says:

    What fun images! Love the reflections and how you played with dof and pp.

  3. David W. Martin says:

    I like how you embrace the abstract Sue, it is like a classical piano player having a moog synthesizer also in the room. How you emphasized the “irregularities” in the window is very nice!

  4. You are getting so deep into your processing! Love watching you “play”!

  5. elk says:

    sigh…reflections are a favorite as you know!

  6. reflections & glass…beautiful! Love how you’ve themed your posts!

  7. Great use of reflections indeed. You can nearly always do something interesting with reflections – I actively seek them out.

  8. Lisa says:

    these are lovely, it looks an interesting place to visit.

  9. Oscar says:

    Wow, I like places like that, which have history and beautiful views…Nice!

  10. susanne49 says:

    Interesting versions of the glass window! A great place to spend an afternoon.

    Susanne
    Sue’s Daily Photography

  11. Toni says:

    Cool images, Sue. Love the first one with the reflections in the window. The distortion from the glass creates an interesting effect.

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