Monday, March 06, 2006

Shopfront Intake - Good Timing


Clockmender's Shop in Coggeshall. There was a horrid white bar right down the middle of the barometer, fortunately not covering its face, so I had to clone out the bar and clone back in most of the top of the instrument.

4 comments:

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Kate, this is wonderful! Of the three it, is my clear favorite!! I Love it. I like the lace curtains and the overall tones and colors, the repeating forms of the clock, the close framing oif the shop. I think it is excellent! Very evocative of place and time, LOL! It gives me a deep resonant feeling! Mary :-)

moo said...

Thank you. I guess those net curtains helped in keeping the reflections to a minimum.

valerie said...

I really like this also, could you have brought the door out more without losing the window effect and colours? I like the door bedise the window, inviting you in...

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