Wordless Wednesday – Looking Back, Looking Out






  1. Wonderful framing and creative editing for the second image. Can I ask how you did it?

    • Sue

      This is a photograph taken nearly 30 years ago, on Crete. I rediscovered it recently and scanned it in from the transparency. Today, I imported it into NikColorEfex, chose a solarisation preset, and voila! Simples!

  2. Tricky exposure handled well, Sue. The detail on the stones is very good.
    Best wishes, Pete.

    • Sue

      Just found your comment, Pete….sorry for delay in replying! This was an image I took nearly 30 years ago, and I must have metered for the outsides scene, thank goodness! I like all the negative space now, but I’m not so sure I did then. Plus, having played around a bit with this now we have digital, I’ve seen things that I wouldn’t have then.

  3. Hahaha… still laughing over Sue’s comment – I am totally with her! Simples indeed 😀
    Whatever you did, it’s a nice effect 🙂

  4. Magnifique! Struggling to remember the Greek for brilliant (both images) 🙂 🙂

  5. oh oh!! Exploration inspiration!! Love this Sue! I’m not sure what the Greek equivalent for Brilliant would be but would thavmasios work? ( wonderful-my partner is Greek)

  6. Wonderful framing Sue. That first photo provokes the imagination so beautifully.

    • Sue

      D’you know, I never reckoned much to this in the past (it’s a transparency) but with the advent of digital I have been able to bring out some of the nuances….

  7. what a wonderful sense of mystery, intrigue and adventure all rolled into one! your sense of timing is fantastic for the light and shadows, and design is Great!

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