A slight variation on my original shot (the story is there). This one was also taken in Worthing(UK) last August. With hindsight I would probably say this is more 3rd movement, but still to Beethoven’s motif…

Obviously the first one was a straight shot, this is a composite. For a good friend who requested it :-)

[Sony a350, Sigma 17-70@17mm, f:6.3, 15sec, ISO-100]


1st movement:

3rd movement:

My grandfather was a serious amateur photographer in the ’20s and ’30s, leaving me a legacy of stereoscopic pictures and equipment. The bug passed through the genes to my father and to me. I started taking pictures seriously when I was 11 and I spent most of my teenage years in and out of the darkroom. University, work and kids put photography on pause but my first digital camera in 2006 re-kindled my interest. RB has given me a vehicle for sharing my work and for learning so much.

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  • JKKimball
    JKKimballover 4 years ago

    Really fantastic work George, well done!

  • Many thanks John. It was one of these pictures that once you got the idea it was pretty easy to do :-)

    – George Parapadakis (monocotylidono)

  • Appel
    Appelover 4 years ago

    This is fabulous, George!!!

  • Many thanks Ann! :-)

    – George Parapadakis (monocotylidono)

  • Polly x
    Polly xover 4 years ago

  • Thank you very much my friend :-)

    – George Parapadakis (monocotylidono)

  • Margaret Whyte
    Margaret Whyteover 4 years ago

    Very clever composite George – it looks terrific.

  • thank you very much Margaret :-)

    – George Parapadakis (monocotylidono)

  • KParapantaki
    KParapantakiover 4 years ago

    Excellent…in all respects!!!

  • Thanks :-) xx

    – George Parapadakis (monocotylidono)

  • artisandelimage
    artisandelimageover 4 years ago

  • Thank you very much Francis :-)

    – George Parapadakis (monocotylidono)

  • Kerensa Davies
    Kerensa Daviesover 4 years ago

  • That’s wonderful! Thank you very much Cat, I appreciate it!

    – George Parapadakis (monocotylidono)

  • vampvamp
    vampvampover 4 years ago

    cool.

  • JanT
    JanTover 4 years ago

    Right, and how many know this piano sonata by movement? I’ve always loved the passion and the anger I thought I heard in the third movement as Beethoven learned of his increasing deafness, and I began to lose my eyesight in my right eye. I do love your other shot, George, and explanation.

  • Thank you so much Jan, glad you like them. I didn’t know about your eye! I’m sorry :-(

    – George Parapadakis (monocotylidono)

  • JanT
    JanTover 4 years ago

    That was long ago, and I’m pretty used to it, but thank you. I do have two eyes, no cyclops here.

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