I just took these photos of where I was yesterday, and where I need to go today. I just took these for amusement. Up the top of these Laurel bushes. I was up the ladder in the middle of the bit that has been trimmed. Now I have found out what this 'ghost image' might be.
I was taking these photos through a window. The circle 'bubble' thing is my reflection in the slightly dirty window.
However the EEEK part, is that the other photos weren't taken through a window. Why then am I getting a reflection of my camera back into the photo, if there is nothing like a window pane to reflect it? Is this some kind of paradox? Of me looking at something, which I am also somehow reflected from if I can see the lense of the camera in the photo. I realy don't want to think about this it's too bizarre. Anyway here are the photos I mean.
I didn't bother turning them round because it's the reflection part I am trying to look at. The two photos of the lake, which is actually called 'Paradise', were taken moments between them, The lighting however is totally different. Which shows up very well on the analysis pictures. I sometimes do this before I start painting something to check my palette decisions.
I picked all this up from colouring hair for 37 years. Structure, translucence, hue, depth. Plus with hair you get all sorts of interesting feedback. The exact pigmentation, and structure tells everything about where someone is from. No wonder so many hair services are designed to strip the hair of this information. Thank goodness many people are re-discovering their natural hair. That's who you are in a 'nutshell'. Nothing wrong with a bit of enhancement, but some people totally don't know their natural hair.
However it does like doing it, I think it just likes having a laugh... It's pretty random realy, which is very good fun. I never know what is actually going to be in the picture.. Now it definitely didn't come with a fish eye lense.
It's just a normal bought at Dixons from an Airport Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ10. I bought it last year to go to Oberammegau. It's made in Osaka Japan it's seial Number is FNDEB 007298.
Now as a 007 it obviously has a licence to 'thrill'. Actually I think it's 'priceless'. Thankyou Japanese Camera Makers.
These are some nice rainbow photos I took yesterday evening. Notice the Masts in the background of the full rainbow picture have decided to bend it like beckham. It's obviously the refraction of the light back through the 'dome' of the rainbow. Most of the time I see the dome effect. But just to make it more fun I enhanced one of the shots into a different spectrum because there was a very bright patch glinting away. I notice that dot thing is back, but I now know it's in my Laptop screen, so that cleared that one up. It's just a couple of blown lightbulbs.
Anything to keep me amused... These pictures look a lot better with the brightness down and contrast up a bit, but I kind of think it's cheating to enhance a photo unless you actually say what was done to it.
So anyway, I decided the 'Bubble' and 'Glint' on the rainbow pictures was the same thing I am seeing in the pictures at the top where I am taking a photo of the Laurel bushes. The Sun was shining into the window and onto my Camera that caused the reflected image in the window in front of me. It just gave an impression that it was 'out there'. In the laurel bushes.
Frack the science. Nothing to do with the Sun being behind you. A Rainbow is an out and out 'revelation'. It's God's light shining into our eyes.
It's God saying 'Hi how are you'? The image is generated inside us and through us.
It's God's way of saying 'I'll always be there for you on gloomy days'.
It's God's way of saying, 'Just trust Me, I am always here over your head where you can't see Me. But if its nice and cloudy, and I move over there, you can get a realy good look at all my lovely colours, and the nice protection that I keep all round you all the time'.