A Word A Week Photograph Challenge – Broken Glass

This week I have been experimenting with overlaying textures of broken glass onto photos, so Sue’s ‘A Word A Week Photograph Challenge – Broken’ is particularly appropriate.

This broken window in Yangon was mended with packing tape which was deteriorating in an interesting way. Yangon Abstract: Broken Glass Mended with Deteriorating Packing TapeThe broken and taped window overlaid over the giant brass Buddha at the Relic of the Hair Pagoda in Yangon (Myanmar). Yangon's Brass Buddha Guarding the Pagoda of the Hair RelicA scan of a broken car mirror found on a street near my place. broken glass in a car mirrorThe mirror overlaid over a reflection on a high-rise made of green glass. tree reflected overlaid with broken glass in a car mirrorA broken store window in Brussels. in a broken window in BrusselsThe broken window overlaid over another store window, also in Brussels, featuring a blow-up fist. a hand in a broken window in Brussels A Word A Week Photograph Challenge – Broken

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8 responses to “A Word A Week Photograph Challenge – Broken Glass

    • Thank you for hosting a challenging challenge! These were fun to do. Incidentally, the broken car mirror was overlaid with the ‘Teal’ glass building in my/your ‘Teal’ challenge, and I was planning to put it in my teal post until I saw the ‘Word a Week’ happened to be ‘broken’…

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