Wednesday, 26 March 2014

Fantômes ou dédoublements

Please don't ask what happened here, VDP has no clue but looooves the ghostly Jekyll and Hydish Abbey Road feel of this spring scene on Avenue de Saint-Cloud! No clue either for the orange arrow!

Ne demandez pas ce qui s'est passé ici, VDP n'en a aucune idée mais adore le côté fantômatique, Jekyll et Hyde, Abbey Road de la scène sur l'avenue de Saint-Cloud ! Aucune idée non plus pour la flèche orange !

25 comments:

Sylvia K said...

You do find the greatest shots -- even by accident!!! This one has a little of everything!! Hope your week is off to a great start, Ciel!!

Revrunner said...

In the U.S. orange markers like this one generally indicate where telecommunication lines are being installed.

William Kendall said...

The garden in particular is lovely.

Sunnybrook Farm said...

Aliens!

Jack said...

i love it! Some day we should have as a theme "mistakes."

Randy said...

That is really cool.

Olivier said...

c'est la fête des jumeaux ;))tu fais aussi dans la double exposition

Stuart said...

I thought the orange arrow meant you are copyrighting that block of stone. As for the phantoms, I've never seen that happen before but I would guess it was a glitch with your camera's face tracking function. In any case, I like it !

Bergson said...

pire que le mystère de la chambre jaune, le mystère de la flèche orange

Lowell said...

Now that's just spooky! And if you have no clue I'd stay inside for a few days. Be very very careful if you see an orange arrow!

llandudnopictures said...

Woah, spooky!

Tanya Breese said...

i don't know how you did it, but it's really cool looking!

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

Spring? What's that? Lovely scene, I suspect there are phone/cable tv/fiber optic cables beneath the garden, I hope they don't dig up those beautiful flowers!

Sharon Anck said...

This is amazing. I can't even imagine what caused it. It's almost like an old double exposure but, that shouldn't happen with digital. I love it too!

VP said...

One of the mysteries of Versailles...

RedPat said...

Magic!

Sharon Anck said...

I saw your comment on my site, I wish I knew too. It would be great to know how to do that. If you ever find out you'll have to let us know.

Loree said...

That's really weird.

Thérèse said...

Vraiment amusant avec cette double exposition. Pas de Maries Antoinettes dans le coin?

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Your Spring has indeed arrived. Congrats.

Dina said...

Whoa!!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

How weird is that Ciel.. It's a super image and I looove the name 'Avenue Saint Cloud' :)

Linda said...

We're you taking that through a window? Was it raining? If not, I'm tempted to think Stuart has the right theory on why that guys body is double-exposed (or whatever).

Halcyon said...

Sometimes you get lucky with the camera. I like the "ghostly" images. ;-)

cieldequimper said...

@ Linda: ummm, no, no window and it was sunny and dry as you can see! :-) So it will remain a double exposure mystery.