Friday, June 01, 2007

June theme day


Today is June 1st and guess what?! It's a City Daily Photo blogger theme day. And the theme is: "A view from my bedroom". So here it is... To be honest I cheated a little because the view from my bedroom is much less interesting than this light reflexion that I can see sometimes from the window next to my bedroom. Anyway, like always 85 city daily photo bloggers are participating today in this theme day, so if you want to see what they all see from their bedroom, just click on any of the links below:
Seattle (WA), USA - Manila, Philippines - Albuquerque (NM), USA - Singapore, Singapore - Toruń, Poland - Baton Rouge (LA), USA - Seoul, Korea - Saint Paul (MN), USA - Vantaa, Finland - Madison (WI), USA - Saarbrücken, Germany - Cleveland (OH), USA - Chicago (IL), USA - Cottage Grove (MN), USA - Omaha (NE), USA - Bellefonte (PA), USA - Melbourne, Australia - Stockholm, Sweden - Grenoble, France - Lubbock (TX), USA - Boston (MA), USA - Arradon, France - Hyde, UK - Joplin (MO), USA - Kyoto, Japan - Tokyo, Japan - Kansas City (MO), USA - Naples (FL), USA - Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Manila, Philippines - Sydney, Australia - Stavanger, Norway - Bucaramanga (Santander), Colombia - London, UK - Chandler (AZ), USA - Nelson, New Zealand - Singapore, Singapore - Hamburg, Germany - Sydney, Australia - Tenerife, Spain - Moscow, Russia - Lyon, France - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Villigen, Switzerland - Anderson (SC), USA - Oslo, Norway - Evry, France - Hayle, UK - Mumbai, India - Kitakami, Japan - Wassenaar (ZH), Netherlands - Menton, France - Monte Carlo, Monaco - Los Angeles (CA), USA - Cypress (TX), USA - La Antigua, Guatemala - Paderborn, Germany - San Diego (CA), USA - Ampang (Selangor), Malaysia - Madrid, Spain - Lyon, France - Selma (AL), USA - Shanghai, China - Baziège, France - Cologne (NRW), Germany - North Bay (ON), Canada - Rotterdam, Netherlands - Stayton (OR), USA - Sharon (CT), USA - Austin (TX), USA - Hong Kong, China - Trier, Germany - Joensuu, Finland - Paris, France - Greenville (SC), USA - Wailea (HI), USA - Budapest, Hungary - Cork, Ireland - Bastia, France - Vancouver, Canada - Brookville (OH), USA - Jakarta, Indonesia - Mainz, Germany - Minneapolis (MN), USA - Zurich, Switzerland

27 comments:

  1. That's a great theme Eric, I'm sure we'll see some fascinating pics from bedrooms around the world. I've often shot out of wherever I've been living but unfortunately I can't see the Eiffel Tower sparkling at night any more like I could when I lived at La Motte Picquet last year. But change is good...

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  2. Eric
    I rather like this image and can't wait to get back from my pick up at the camera shop to view all 85 cities.

    Still your new best friend even though you deleted my post when you created a submenu.

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  3. j'ouvre le bal et quel plaisir de voir cette vue enfin comme tu le dis cela n'et pas vraiment ta vue mais j'aime bien ton cliché...

    a prestu è amicizia...

    et 85 ville nom de dieu ca en fait des visions...

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  4. Much better than the view from my bedroom window, which is my neighbor's balcony with a not very attractive Chihuahua named Peabody who loves to bark at all hours of the day and night!

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  5. First time visiting here.Like your blog and the pictures.

    Interesting picture.The reflection is nice.All I see from my bedroom is a hill and it's bald now because the grass has been cut off.

    Dijah,
    Ampang DP

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  6. Hey, that's a great idea!

    I bet we're in for some fun and surprises with that theme! I've noticed before that some of your DP followers have a good sense of humour (remember the "male box? " ;), this should be fun!

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  7. Provocative shot...makes one wonder!

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  8. What if you saw someone in that reflection? Then you'd need to watch your back!

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  9. Cette photo a beaucoup de charme...Joli détournement de thème!

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  10. Eric, I love this shot! It is such a wonderful image.
    -Kim

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  11. Hi Eric, Great shot. I would love this as a poster!

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  12. Nice shot Eric… much nicer indeed than the 2 empty flower pots that sadly hang on your bedroom balcony ! You should have a thought to those poor people commuting everyday with the 74 or the 67 and desperatly looking up to your windows !

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  13. The view is, I guess, the price you pay for the environment.

    Wouldn't it be different if you woke up in my house and looked out the bedroom window? My site shows what you would see.

    Abraham Lincoln
    Brookville Daily Photo
    My Photography

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  14. une tres belle photo, cette ombre est superbe, photo tres douce, je dirais meme tres poetique, bravo

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  15. Great shot Eric! I really find it original and rather poetic. Well done!

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  16. Nasty GG, this is so funny! You're so right, my fingers are definitely not green!

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  17. Eric what a great take on the theme. Some of Paris's inner courtyards can be pretty drab but with a bit of light they suddenly can turn into beautifuls photo, yours is the perfect example...

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  18. Windows--they let light in and let us see out. We view the world, and the world views us...? Well, at least...like Plato's cave shadows. Is that your neighbor's shadow?

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  19. I love this reflection. Somehow you could read a whole story into it. It's such a simple photograph yet it makes me feel I'm in the middle of an exotic film noire.

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  20. Film noire, and mystery: it almost looks as if another window was closed up and covered. Was there somebody looking back across the courtyard in the past?

    Some of the other bloggers have interesting photos as well.

    Have a great weekend, everyone. A bientot.

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  21. Hi Eris (Renato): Thanks for comng over to Sydney and looking through my window. Jeff said what I wanted to more eloquently - when I said "watch your back" I was thinking film noire. Maybe you could turn the pic into black and white? If Daniel Auteuil wanders past though, will you let me know?

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  22. Interesting. Photographically, I quite like it.

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  23. You are so artistic and creative. Wonderful photograph for the theme.

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  24. I don't know what the Daily city Photo Blog is about but because of it, I found your photos. Very nice.

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