WPC – Ambience – Whistler’s Mother II – Photography

 Out on a potty break.
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16 Responses to “WPC – Ambience – Whistler’s Mother II – Photography”

  1. mar bucag Says:

    Beautiful dynamic range. Excellent composition. 💯

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  2. Emilio Pasquale Says:

    Great shot and title. I’m not sure about Whistler’s mother but I can sure picture MY mother sitting in that chair. I think we had one or two just like it when I was growing up!.

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  3. badfish Says:

    great shot, love the B&W, weird lamp, though!

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  4. SueT唐 梦 琇 Says:

    Great photo.

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  5. Tina Schell Says:

    OK here’s a weird one Steve – many years ago I saw a horror movie about a guy who killed his grandmother and at the end she was sitting in a chair EXACTLY like this one with no head – then cut to the scene where her head is rolling down the steps. It wasn’t scary it was just stupid but for some reason I remember it often. Your chair reminded me of that movie, which then made me laugh at a much younger me watching the movie in the first place LOL. How’s THAT for ambience?!

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    • steveo Says:

      LOL 😄 Isn’t it strange how the mind works?  I hope it doesn’t induce nightmares of other B movies. 


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  7. David Says:

    Excellent choice for the theme. Nice photo.

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