I am reposting this shot, i have cropped it a little to try & avoid outside distraction, it's my wife i sore her looking at this Faberge egg in a window in Prague & she was hopeing to get it for Christmas, i snapped it quick coz i sore her face in the mirror & liked it, i hope you do, she got the egg. I only started on TE this year & i love the sight, i have seen some superb & amazing photos, To all on TE have a happy new year & keep posting.
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Gustaw (21670) 2006-12-31 7:45
Hi, my fiend!
Interesing strret photo. Photo have good quality, well done. Russian eggs... in Prague? Interesting. Good night photo with nice colours.
Happy New Year!!!
Deepforest (9260) 2006-12-31 13:21
interesting shot, I like especially the reflection...
Happy New Year and all the best my friend!!
miuky (3335) 2006-12-31 17:25
desires, or any women temptation:)))
a GREAT NEW YEAR, NEW DESTINATIONS AND ASPIRATINS, but YOU ARE A HERO ALREADY, BECAUSE ANYONE WHO MAKES IT IS A HERO!!!
for anything a victory might be for you:)
gary91 (15348) 2007-01-01 10:11
First of all, happy new year to you as well !
Your illustration of new year through this image is well done. I loke the compositoin with this woman and her reflection in the glass. The eggs look very nice :o)
Best regards, Christian
m_s_s (1687) 2007-01-02 8:17
nice composition, i like woman appearing twice, good colors as well. nice work.
renerob (601) 2007-01-03 21:58
I Like this shot you have captured it very well the colours are really nice, and it's a good reflection of your wife, well done Wilson, and I'm glad you bought your wife one of the eggs,
Regards Irene. UP The Boro.
Kenny10pin (19301) 2007-01-04 20:38
great shot, I like the reflection here and the colours, great crop too, well done
robertosalguero (288) 2007-01-05 2:08
Hello Wilson. I agree the reflection on the mirror make for a nce picture here. Good colors and perspective to show both faces and the eggs in the middle. Souvenir hunting is always fun and I am glad you wife got the egg she wanted. Nice work :-)
VeeJayCee (2410) 2007-01-05 4:23
I like the perspective and composition you achieved here Wilson. Your wife is well placed on the right and when the eye travels across the image past the eggs her face is there again directing the attention back into the image. Colours and exposure are good too.
isa (1974) 2007-01-05 17:46
Beautiful image! taste of the expression of the lady, admiring true workmanships art of Faberge eeg, beautyful!
Good moment, caught well.
chc (1468) 2007-01-10 11:52
Nice reflection. I like the idea you are exploring in this shot.
rbcy1974 (20758) 2007-01-11 6:36
you got quite a decisive moment here. I like the way you have captured the woman's expresion both in the mirror and outside of it,
balatrek (7455) 2007-01-20 12:18
Interesting moment and good composition, the reflection in the mirror helps to balance the scene and shows a different perspective, good balance of light and colours pleasant. Thanks to share.
HIRAKZ (168) 2007-02-01 11:11
Envy is just the right word. There should be another category for the same here in TE. Ehhe..
Warm Regards from New Delhi, India
gunbud (34066) 2007-02-14 12:37
Beautiful candid shot of your lovely wife. Very strong details to the eggs and a very intrigued expression captured in this stunning reflection.
silycat (611) 2007-03-14 15:42
Very glamorous, I'm not a jewelry fan, but if those were sweets...Nice capture Wilson!
A310 (418) 2007-04-14 14:24
very interesting shot! I like it.When I lived around there.We did not have any faberge eggs to look at ,or buy.Just Kraslice decorated over real egg shell for Easter.Things have changed.I guess that tradition arrived from Rusia.
LamCam (3603) 2007-07-30 0:29
Russian eggs in Prague and also beautiful Russian Lacquer Boxes [one of the boxes would do nicely for MY Christmas present]
I like photos using reflections and this is a good example. You did right to close-crop as we feel we share your wife's view of the window. You have also managed a good composition which kept you out of shot,sometimes difficult where glass is involved. Nice One!
Best Wishes Maggie
Jeppe (18654) 2007-08-03 13:33
My first Idea was Chocolate eggs but I'm not so sure now :-)
A fine way to catch both the sideview together with a mirror view - very well done.
MichaelTrezzi (3368) 2008-03-30 3:26
Hello Wilson, beautifully composed candid snap. You did not loose a heart beat, to get this picture. Well done. Rgds, Michael
danos (102500) 2011-02-06 0:41
Good morning Wilson,
nice shot with the face of your wife to be reflected on the mirror of the shop.I like the pose,the good light and colour management, as the existence of the famous Faberge eggs in this shop window.
Have a good Sunday,danos
- Copyright: Wilson Beckett (jaywalker) (16105)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2006-12-12
- Categories: Daily Life, Humorous
- Camera: Canon EOS 60D DIGITAL, Tamron 28-300mm XR LD IF 1:3.5-6.3 Macro
- Exposure: f/4, 1/60 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2006-12-31 7:25