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In the world of glass

In the world of glass

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Kenny Jazz

Free Member, Baku

In the world of glass

Antalya may 2010. This is special shop of glass dishes and plates in the inner city of Antalya. Early morning when nobody around interrupting to observe life of the silence...

Comments 7

  • Yegana Mirzoyeva 08/06/2010 8:23

    Glaza razbegayutsa i slojno sdelat vibor,kogda stolko vsego.
  • Pawel Majewski 07/09/2010 12:33

    Piekne szkla...
  • Adele Oliver 07/04/2010 1:51

    Oh, these plates are all so beautiful ..... An excellent shot with fine point of view and bright colours.
    greetings and thank you for your comment!
  • Neumann Monica 06/10/2010 14:00

    Hey, I love the glass of al variations, but only don't my glasses. I hope you anderstand my, My English is bad.
  • um-art 05/27/2010 11:31

    Obrazy na szkle malowane albo tez wykorzystanie szkla jako nosnik obrazu. Interesujace przy szkle malowanym jest to, ze swiatlo zarowno odbija sie od powierzchni jak rowniez przechodzi przez nie dajac jak gdyby nowy wymiar, czego nie zobaczymy przy obrazach tradycyjnie malowanych na plotnie lub innym nieprzezroczystym materiale.
    Ta wystawa byla zapewne uczta dla oka jak i ducha.
  • Anca Silvia B. 05/25/2010 11:31

    excellent colourfull shot..cheers to Baku...wonderful city...:))))
  • s. sabine krause 05/25/2010 8:35

    early morning in busy cities – it's the best time to feel their characteristic atmosphere and charm! and to have great opportunities for pictures "happening" to you ; ))! a very colorful store, and so much to see in the "world of glass"! the way the arranged their items on those shelves reminds me of exclusive tiles on a wall… and what fragile goods they are in fact selling!! i'm amazed that they (the plates ; ))!) all survive the hustle and bustle of a touristy day! great shot! greetings, sabine. p.s. like the shadows of the plant on the white wall a lot, too!