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Really that's your bean...trying to find time to put you and TJ in there somehow, tastefully....i agree it's really nice...esp since we KNOW its chrome...lol
Ahhh, I see what you're taking about; it is indeed interesting, possibly a double exposure...I notice the reflection in the 'Bean' of the couple on the left, but no reflection of the outlines you speak of...a nice effect though.....I really don't remember where i found the picture, but it was somewhere online...
The folk in particular I'm curious about is the one nearest the camera, for whom you can only see legs: nothing is blocking the rest of the body....I guess it's one of those photo illusions, or something. Even the couple embracing on the left....you can see through them a little, too. Just something I noticed. Thanks for sharing this picture, I really like the art. Especially with a golden glow all around. Thanks for the good wishes, Fred, and, right back atcha.
Hope all is well with you, and that your days are becoming more even; this is a photo I came across while looking for some pix of ''The Bean''. It is an outdoor sculpture which resides in a downtown, Chicago park; the folks are sight-seers I would imagine. There is much info about it online, it is interesting to say the least. If you browse my photo albums...one named 'Chicago Meetup' will have more pix of it, and pix of the group who met there earlier this year. Wishing you Peace and Healing...
Wow, Fred, this is so beautiful! Is this in Chicago? And, can't help but wonder, who is standing there only partially visible???
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