Minutes behind glass.
It is not at all necessary to be a spectator of the TV show "Behind the Glass" in order to feel what people feel behind the glass.
Each of us finds ourselves behind glass many times a day and many of us are constantly there.
Here of course the question arises of what is behind the reading the world around us or ourselves but everyone should decide for themselves, lol.
Sometimes I like to be behind glass and the dirtier this glass the better although no I'm not sure that glass with a thick layer of dust that does not let in sunlight will be what I might like everything should be in moderation some dirt some raindrops or melted snow, and some transparency.
Well when all this is still in motion then I can get my favorite pictures for which I try to sit by the window on a regular bus in rainy, overcast weather.
Even on cloudy days you can catch the bright colors of the city sparks of light and the movement of shadows through the lens.
I want to present a few photographs taken in such weather from behind the bus window.
During the day in motion, I do not look for strong blurring of photographs and I consider shutter speed 500 and ISO 1000 to be ideal as a rule in this mode I took these photographs.
This allows me to catch both the drops of water that move down the glass and the city life outside the window.
Zoom in on a photo for a closer view.
More to come!
Enjoy viewing the photos and reading the article!
Have a blessed day!
|Camera:||Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX300|
|Author:||Author @barski. For my publications, I do not use stock photos, it is fundamentally important for me to use for publication photos that I have taken with my own hands, and I can call them - author's works.|