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Windows within Windows

Over the past few months the photographs I have taken have tended more and more to be of reflections, both in water or in windows. I find that reflections are a good way of making mundane things interesting.  I often notice opportunities for interesting pictures when I don't have my camera with me and then I make a mental note to return at a later date when I think the conditions will be the same. For the above picture I was lucky and had my camera with me in my bag. Western Tower was already one of my favorite subjects in Reading and when I caught a glimpse of it reflected in the windows of Greyfriars house I immediately wanted to take a picture of it. I had to move around and cross the road several times before I got one that satisfied me.

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