Different Angles

These are all photos taken inside and outside Laurentian University’s library a few years ago. (Sudbury, Ontario, Canada)

Main sitting area below the staircase. Looking up, you can just catch the edge of the bottom of the stairs.

I was lucky to get a few shots without people going up and down.

Now for the outside view that caught my eye.

Wanted to see how the above view would be transformed by sepia and monochrome.

Interesting refraction of light from this angle.

Reflections of the trees create an illusion.

(Yes, it was spring, but some snow banks took longer to melt.)

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Ann-Christine’s theme: Angles https://lagottocattleya.wordpress.com/2019/08/17/lens-artists-photo-challenge-59-angles/

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About Olga

I have always had an affinity for artistic endeavors and the beauties of nature. The power of the word combined with photography have become my creative spark.
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32 Responses to Different Angles

  1. Arati says:

    I am intrigued by the optical illusion I get in the outside view photos. It seems that as they progress from color to black and white the building seems to tip more. As if the angle shifts, and yet it doesn’t. Or is it because the images are going from left to right? Or is it just my eyes tripping out!
    I like the last photo a lot. The layers of reflections as the light changes in the background.

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    • Olga says:

      Interesting that you mentioned the optical illusion of the threesome. Thanks for pointing it out. I took a second look and noticed a shift also. I included the last one because it intrigued me also. Appreciate your comment, Arati. πŸ™‚

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  2. Leya says:

    Many angles – lovely shots all, but my full favorite is the last one. An amazingly beautiful shot with many layers.

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    • Olga says:

      Thank-you, Ann-Christine. Yes, the refraction between some sections of glass in quite interesting and creates different layers to the view. Happy that you liked it. πŸ™‚

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  3. oneletterup says:

    Such multi dimensional photographs! I especially like all the reflections. Wow!

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  4. rugby843 says:

    I especially love the last one πŸ‘

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  5. These are great photos of different angles, Olga, I love them. I think because of the curve in the last photo, the glasses reflected different images, very interesting. πŸ™‚

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  6. memadtwo says:

    What a wonderful interplay of lines and reflected light! (K)

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  7. Tina Schell says:

    These are terrific Olga, especially loved your final image

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  8. Denis1950 says:

    A fascinating photo essay Olga, there is definitely a haiku or two about reflective or preening trees??

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  9. Denis1950 says:

    Life is a haiku Olga
    “breathing in and out
    mirrors in those windows
    beautiful foliage” “

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  10. Amy says:

    Angles were beautifully captured, Olga! Love these window sights.

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  11. V.J. Knutson says:

    Awesome photographs, and I love how you have worked with the images.

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  12. pattimoed says:

    Beautiful images, Olga.

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  13. Shelley says:

    I enjoyed the various angles you took and shared. A very nice collection for the prompt! I would enjoy reading a book in that space.

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  15. Loved the monochrome the best. The stairs…what an awesome picture!

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