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Glyph

Secret language of glass.

Glyph

Secret language of glass.

comments (8)

  • paul
  • 17 Jun 2007, 08:49
fascinating!
Dave Carrington: Thanks, Paul.
  • Alistair
  • www.digiphotology.com
  • 17 Jun 2007, 09:52
Well seen and a Perfic title, you are so erudite -

A glyph is a particular graphical representation of a grapheme, or sometimes several graphemes in combination (a composed glyph), or only a part of a grapheme! So there.
Dave Carrington: You don't say..smile
  • Les Auld
  • Southport UK
  • 17 Jun 2007, 10:10
Very cryptic, well seen.
Dave Carrington: Thanks, Les!
  • John
  • Fort Worth, Texas
  • 17 Jun 2007, 15:49
Hi Dave

Glad you enjoyed your visit. I look forward to seeing more Texas stuff.
John, ex Blackpool
Dave Carrington: Hi, John. Can't wait to get back! smile
  • Richard Trim
  • 17 Jun 2007, 19:55
You've made this image of Texan hieroglyphics a pure delight. Wonderful colours, artistic reflective forms, and totally intriguing.
Heck! ... I wonder how many Texans walking along actually looked up and absorbed the aesthetics of the reflections? ... Oops! I forgot, ... they'd all be driving.
Dave Carrington: Praise indeed, Richard. Glad you like it...and, yes, everyone in Texas seems to be born holding a steering wheel! smile
Well spotted and beautifully executed. (:o)
Dave Carrington: Hi, Rosalyn. Glad you think so!
  • Mal
  • 18 Jun 2007, 20:28
very cool image Dave, love the abstract nature of it. mal
Dave Carrington: Hi, Mal. These glass buildings create some weird distortions.
Just wonderful Dave, and thanks to Alistair for stirring memories of Call My Bluff!
Dave Carrington: Thanks, Shooter. Call My Bluff was always required viewing. Patrick Campbell was one the funniest daft-arses on British T.V!

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