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Camera focusing possibilities abound, don't they. I once took photos of framed stained-glass panels which were hung in front of windows in my
friend's Marlboro Street residence. Through these second-floor windows certain features of the cityscape could be seen---trees, brick houses, etc. By
focusing my Nikomat [sic] through and beyond the colored glass, I found images of the landscape beyond, in the viewfinder and/or on film, that could
not be seen with the naked eye on-site.
I like your window compositions, especially the one shot through wavy glass. Delightful !
Does the first bold-type passage need editing ? I can't make out where Edgar Tafel enters the picture (as it were) . . .