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Thursday, July 28, 2005

Photo of the Day: I was attending a function at Portland State University last month and while I was decending a stairwell I happened to look up and out the window. I almost got vertigo! Everything on this side of the window was straight, normal lines. But the glazing of the glass in the window was done in a way that made almost everything on the other side of the glass all squiggly. I still don't know how the tree appears to be normal, but I got pretty dizzy for a moment looking at the apartment buildling a couple blocks away. You can click on the photo and see the full-sized version to see what I mean. June, 2005.


Blogger kathy said...

Hmmm? that is kinda strange. The tree looks fine...yet everything else looks sqiggly like. maybe it was the windex, or it needed some windex

cool picture and effects.

9:48 AM  
Blogger kathy said...

you think the sun rays could make that kind of effect?

9:52 AM  
Blogger Gr8fulTed said...

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9:59 AM  
Blogger Gr8fulTed said...

No, I don't think it's the sun rays. I think it's the glazing on the glass--how the glass was produced. Since Oregon institutes of higher learning are really taking huge budget hits from the state, I'm sure they bought the least expensive (and in this case, it looks like the cheapest) glass they could find.

10:00 AM  

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