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Here are three of mine. The two titled "The House" and "The House #2" were taken for a poster advertising an upcoming performance of *The Turning of the Screw* at a local highschool; we used the first one. The other is the result of an experiment combining an image with its mirror copy which ended up having a kind of Gothic feel.
Bad Weather. Portrait of a hooded crow camped on the stony parapet of the river embankment. You can easily see that the weather is bad, and it is cold outside. The feathered buddy is evidently displeased. After all, he has no cold-protective boots and nobody shows the slightest interest in buying him some warming drink. This beautiful portrait can be used to frighten out of senses any person of your elaborate choice during forthcoming Halloween festivities. You can also display your courage and buy large size canvas to decorate some premises of yours (or your enemies) or to add it to your wonderful collection of fine art as an adorable masterpiece of the art of light painting (if you manage to find any light in this picture). The poor creature was not at all harmed in the making of this photography, and the weather is still bad and rainy, and no sun, and no light. Gosh! it is so cold outside!
PS By the way - awesome logotype for the prosperous messenging company. :-)
3D stereo crossview: Gently converge (cross) your eyes and focus on the middle image that appears while ignoring the outside. Not everyone is successful with this method, but if you are it becomes easier each time. This format has the advantage of not needing 3D glasses and is called "freeviewing".
In the Georgia, in autumn the scorpions visit in the fall to get you in the mood for Halloween.
Then there are the appropriately colored orange and black invasion of hordes of lady bugs into our homes, also in autumn, but I haven't recorded that. They can really be numerous, though.
Here's another photographer's photo, perhaps not indoors, though: