Weekly Photo Challenge: One Shot Two Ways

At first I was attracted by a painter’s art school class in the afternoon sun, they had their focus on this old house in Nuremberg (it’s a student’s home). Then I returned after midnight, to catch the reflections in the river, vertical format was needed.
1 horizontal postcard in the afternoon
Nuremberg-river-Pegnitz
2 vertical after midnight: with the mirror scene in the river below
pegnitz-river-night
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35 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: One Shot Two Ways

  1. great job for this week’s challenge!

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  2. Horizontal / Vertical – Day / Night! Love the idea and the outcome! 🙂

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  3. itsawonderfulfnlife

    I love the reflected image! It’s amazing!

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    • I totally agree with the reflected image – what a great idea, it gives us a completely different perspective. I actually had to go back to the first photo to ‘check’ if it was the same… Great job, Frizz!!

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  4. Amy

    Love this one shot and two ways!

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  5. The reflection is extraordinary.

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  6. Great reflection! Marie

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  7. That’s a nice interpretation of the challenge, I love the day time to night time images

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  8. Rosa

    the abundance of water in Europe is very appealing to us who come from a very dry country even arid in some areas

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  9. Great photographs, Frizz. 🙂

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  10. Great take on the challenge, Frizz. Your interpretation goes the extra mile!

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  11. The night time shot is beautiful, Frizz. 🙂

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  12. Dietmar, I was there in 2007! Lovely photos. Check out my world’s largest chess set/board photos today! 🙂

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  13. Particularly love the nighttime reflection Frizz. Beautiful 🙂

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  14. Wow! Really nice response to this week’s challenge.

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  15. I love the reflection you caught in the second photo.

    janet

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  16. Great post. I like that you shot at different times of the day.

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  17. Both great, but I see your point on the second picture. It would have been a sin not to do it that way.

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  18. Perfect for the challenge. The vertical version is wonderful! And great reflection.

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  19. elisaruland

    I noticed your comment about avoiding vertical formats. I prefer taking horizontal photographs as well, but I have to say, the vertical version is all about the big picture. I wonder what I’ve been missing all this time….

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  20. I agree too, these are great shots… Thanks and Love, nia

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  21. Super bright images!

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  22. I love the reflection in the water on the 2nd way!

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  23. I prefer the night shot, it looks better because you get the reflections in the water. Very nice Frizz.

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  24. Amar Naik

    wow. this is cool. night photo look great due to reflection

    http://amarnaik.wordpress.com/2013/08/09/weekly-photo-challenge-one-shot-two-ways/

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  25. A great example of making a photo REALLY special.

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  26. Another interpretation:

    trial or enduro

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