4 thoughts on “Chair by the window

  1. Three things I like here, Sonali. First the out of focus and overexposed outdoors, that speaks of glaring sun, dust and heat, as against the cooler, calmer conditions inside the house.

    Then the rich browns of the partly seen chair – which speak of comfort and repose – and the opposite of all that is outdoors.

    And I also like the glass-topped table, because it reflects the pale curtain in such a way that it gives the impression that the curtain is somehow going down through it, and this trick of the eye makes for a very well sited focus to the picture, between its two very different halves. Adrian

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