It was a bit like finding the rainbow in the ice last week. I was walking past a sunlit window and turned my head at just the right moment to see something there, that would only be there for a moment. This morning I was walking past a sunlit window in a different room and turned my head at just the right moment to notice not ephemeral ice but ripples and waves in the old glass. At certain angles, the ripples distorted my view in wonderful ways. I’ve posted about the views through this window before (like here).
Branches and old vines. A dead tree with falling bark. A metal fence and crumbling stone wall. That’s really all that’s captured in any of the photos.
I think the photos have always been taken through the two panes of old glass. It’s just that the angle of the winter sun was different today, and my perspective was different today.
We’ll see what tomorrow holds in terms of light, perspective and all those other variables that influence a picture.