Nov 13: Windows

I have to thank my eldest son for the idea of "See-through Windows"
and for helping me with the techie bit.

Thank you eldest Bulldog Pup!
Lol.... this is really clever! It sure took me a moment to find out what was going on!!!
Well put together!!!
posted November 13th, 2012  
I'm not sure that I HAVE worked out what's going on! But my dog's got a blanket like that!!!
posted November 13th, 2012  
Like Hazel I don't know how you did this but it surely is effective
posted November 13th, 2012  
@monkeykid - Can I just add that this photo has not been edited. This is straight out of the camera.

@quietpurplehaze - Ha ha ha, I love you honest comment Hazel.
posted November 13th, 2012  
@gphelps5 lol... I have figured what you did here... and no.... it needs no editing! ;-) I won't give the game away...... yet!!! This deserve's some mystified comments here first! :-)
posted November 13th, 2012  
I know what you did but I'll be a good girl and not give the game away.
0:-)
Nice one! Well done Bulldog and Bulldog Minor.
posted November 13th, 2012  
Oh I like. I want to do this but just have not made the time to do it yet!
posted November 13th, 2012  
Very clever. I like it. I might have to have a go at doing that myself.
I wonder if you can do it with moving objects. I like the idea of using two cars (or similar) of different colours lined up so that it looks like it has changed colour through the screen. Might take some doing. I'm not sure if I have the patience!
posted November 13th, 2012  
Jo
Very clever :) thinking outside of the box is always good for one's brain - well done Junior:)
posted November 13th, 2012  
I'm still lying down in a dark room after my endeavours with food colouring, water and lights.... I'd like to try this optical illusion but think I will leave it to the professionals (of whom you are one,) very clever and innovative photo major and minor Bulldog!
posted November 13th, 2012  
I am laughing too much at Hazel's comment to say anything sensible about this except that you are a very clever Bulldog with an equally clever pup. @quietpurplehaze
posted November 13th, 2012  
That must have been really hard to do. You did it so well. Terrific shot.
posted November 13th, 2012  
Very clever. Bravo, sir! Great shot and marvellous idea
posted November 13th, 2012  
Like Hazel I am not sure what is going on but I do know that your screen is not made of glass so I have figured something out. You are so creative and clever and obviously have a puppy the same :)
posted November 13th, 2012  
@gphelps5 Bulldog, I am nothing if not honest!!!! (And Jinks' feeding bowl is the same shape but it's yellow!!!)
Are you going to reveal all at a suitable 'time' (tomorrow's word methinks for which I also have no idea!)
posted November 13th, 2012  
Didn't know you were a magic man too. Nicely done.
posted November 13th, 2012  
Very cool!
posted November 13th, 2012  
This is great...yet ANOTHER thing to put on my list of things to try!! I'll have to clean the desktop off a bit first!!
posted November 13th, 2012  
Lovely!!! great illusion!
posted November 13th, 2012  
wow, technically brilliant, I love it!
posted November 13th, 2012  
ah nice one! superb shot
posted November 13th, 2012  
brilliant! great idea
posted November 14th, 2012  
Cool shot! I don't understand the techie part of this, but I certainly can enjoy the effect.
posted November 14th, 2012  
Well done, son of Bulldog!
posted November 14th, 2012  
Graham, your son is a "box full of great ideas". How nice. Very nicely done.
posted November 14th, 2012  
Aha!! Brilliant!! I love it ;)
posted November 14th, 2012  
Hey, that's kinda cool. Not sure how you did it, but I likey. =) And, just curious, is there any particular meaning behind the 3:00 for tomorrow? Thanks!
posted November 14th, 2012  
It's magic! 8D
posted November 14th, 2012  
Hi Everyone,
Thank you all so much for your comments, I really enjoy reading them all and well done to everyone who worked it out. It is my aim of this challenge to take the shot on each day and post it without editing it, with the exception of crop and brightness and I am really pleased how this came out.

I have now detailed how this was done in the following theme discussion and it would be great to see some of your versions: http://365project.org/discuss/themes-competitions/14984/what-is-behind-you-computer-screen

Thank you all for you lovely comments, I am so glad I can open some new โ€˜windowsโ€™ of thought for my fellow 365โ€™rs.

@monkeykid @quietpurplehaze @rosiekind @dulciknit @harveyzone @joluise @jackie8 @tishpics @mittens @filsie65 @streetlyend @hollandcrew @httpgeffed @onie @cheribug @shweetheart @sparkle @stuey @daisy @lynnb @anazad511 @tamaradawn @LindaC @myautofocuslife
posted November 14th, 2012  
@jackie8 - I hope you are feeling better this morning? I liked you shot.
@tishpics - I hope you have got over you giggles

@LindaC - Quite a few people asked for the word โ€˜Timeโ€™ and quite a few actually asked for โ€˜3pmโ€™. I did ask if there was and reason for that time and I was told that it was just a random time. I joined these time similar themes together, so for todays shot you can do any time and it may be interesting to see what we are all doing at 3pm?
posted November 14th, 2012  
Great idea and a fantastic shot - very well done!
posted November 14th, 2012  
excellent!!! :)
posted November 14th, 2012  
How brilliant is that!! : )
posted November 14th, 2012  
Amazing.......you and pup are genii!! Brilliant minds...........:))
posted November 14th, 2012  
Thank you you three... It's a bit of fun, you should all try it.
@agentzuckerguss @annbo @fannyb
posted November 14th, 2012  
So fun -- and an brilliant take on the "Windows" theme!
posted November 14th, 2012  
So very cool!!!
posted November 15th, 2012  
Thank you for your comments, you should give it a try.
@wendyhgill @scooter
posted November 15th, 2012  
Haha! Great shot, nicely done :)
posted November 16th, 2012  
Very clever
posted November 18th, 2012  
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