|Hello from the critique club
An appealing image that meets the challenge.
Well what can I say Eugene! Ok you admit it yourself its neither your best nor your worst but as an ex narrowboat dweller for fifteen years your image still manages to convey the concept of the cut which I miss very much so it resonates with me. Although there are too many blown highlights there is a very effective contrast happening here with the bright water leading you straight to the object of interest the man on the bridge. The composition is good though I might have been tempted to clone the aerial out in the background and, of course, its reflection. I like your tongue in cheek sense of humour, yet another mobile finds its fitting resting place! Youíre absolutely right Iíve not seen this piece of glass before, you have a very eclectic collection of glass I am envious of.
I really appreciate your comments but I must admit I am rather sad I seem to be the only one here at present who appears to be commenting. The reason for that is because I really appreciate the value of critique, both giving and receiving, so I will continue to make the effort, especially as long as I know it is being appreciated. Thanks a lot Eugene, keep using that wonderful glass to keep those fascinating images coming.