Originally Posted by Jack Nickelless
That's really nice, Barbara. My first thought was the same as digcamfan's, on it being seemless and looking like one clock. What really stands out to me is how great that woodgrain looks in b&w.
Thanks, Jack. If your eye was fooled at first with this one, imagine how it might have been fooled if I'd shown the other version of this picture where I flipped it vertically! The mirrored part ends up in the top half of the frame, the clock looks like it's floating somewhere (in time), and it disorients even its maker.
It was one of DX6490's photos that opened my eyes to how well wood grain translates into b&w. (Thanks, DX6490!)