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A study in sets by Anne van Alkemade

Framed Prints

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Sunset images taken on 14 January at about 8pm. Even though looking in the same or similar direction (obviously), with minor changes to position and only a small passing of time, the images are vastly differing. Although I enjoyed taking the photos and tried to get different perspectives on the same scene, it wasn’t until I checked out the results that I saw different worlds emerging. IMHO as they say.
Specs: varying, mostly ISO100, Fl 5-28mm, Exp 1/200th – 1/1000th, F4-8


sunset, sky, skyscape, parwan


  • fazza
    fazzaabout 3 years ago

    that looks great anne!!!

  • :) thanks Steve. Couldn’t sleep so figured I might as well be doing something useful.

    – Anne van Alkemade

  • David Haviland
    David Havilandabout 3 years ago

    An interesting presentation, I know I have taken series like that before but never thought to present as a whole.

  • Thanks David. I confess, it’s partly because I’ve had a week of indecision. :)

    – Anne van Alkemade

  • Cathryn Swanson
    Cathryn Swansonabout 3 years ago

    Very cool idea Anne, I understand how hard it can be to choose. This works well, invites one to stare for a while and share the whole event.

  • Might be one for the back of the toilet door??

    – Anne van Alkemade

  • raymondoantonio
    raymondoantonioabout 3 years ago


  • Thanks Raymondo. :)

    – Anne van Alkemade

  • Uncaptured
    Uncapturedabout 3 years ago

    Floating worlds . . . . great work Anne

  • thank you. :)

    – Anne van Alkemade

  • Cathryn Swanson
    Cathryn Swansonabout 3 years ago

    You know where I think this would also be very cool? In a poster size on a dentist’s ceiling…

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