Through the Diamond Window – 68/365

I had the idea to photograph the garden through the diamond panes in the back door and was interested to see if the angled glass would give fractured results. When Joni appeared under the bird feeder (there is really only one round one and one each of the others) and seemed to be confused as she looked at them this was the picture I got. (I'm a little slow in replying to everyone's lovely comments, please forgive me, especially as I so much appreciate them. I will do it as soon as I can! Thanks all! 🙂 )

For  #monochromemonday  +Monochrome Monday by +Hans Berendsen +Jerry Johnson +Manuel Votta +Steve Barge +Nurcan Azaz
HQSP Monochrome  curated by  +Anja Wessels +Joy mum +Luis Vivanco S. +Massimiliano Marsiglietti +Оксана Крысюкова  #hqspmonochrome  +HQSP Monochrome
as well as
All Things Monochrome  curated by  +Charles Lupica +Ludwig Keck +Brian Cox +Enrique Pelaez  #allThingsMonochrome  +All Things Monochrome
Monochrome World  curated by  +andi rivarola  #monochromeworld  +Monochrome World
#10000photographers by +Robert SKREINER 
#365project +G+ 365 Project by +Simon Davis-Oakley +Patricia dos Santos Paton

19 Responses

  1. +Avinash Sawale – thank you!

    Thanks +Peter b 

    I'm glad you like it, +Gisela Heeg – I thought it made a good frame for the scene.

    Thank you so much +La Vie En Rose Blankanova – I'm glad you think so.

    I thought it was, thanks +Susanne Stelle 

    She is, we think so, +David McKeever – I have passed on your compliments to her. 😀

    Well there is a squirrel for her to start with, or there was, around the feeder yesterday, +Rekha Rao – although she wasn't around at that time. We shall have to see, as you say. 🙂 Thanks Rekha!

    Thanks, +Ursula Klepper – that's a lovely thing to say my friend. 🙂

    The best, as you say, +Janet Patterson – the most valuable diamond view!

    Thanks +Invisiblefence1 – Pam. She is happy out there thanks to Invisible Fence, as you know. 

    Thank you +Sumit Sen 

    +Enrique Pelaez – you are welcome. It was my pleasure. 

    Thanks you +Birgit Backlund-Palander 

    and I am horribly slow in replying to all the lovely comments, myself. Please don't apologise, my friend Heiko! I know you have been busy in a worthy cause, so I just thank you for your visit! +Heiko Mahr 

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