This is a great theme, mishlove!
As I reflect upon this series, I find something interesting, some depth, in each one that comes from the extra processing the mind has to do to sort out the juxtaposition of images from the window; more generally, there is also the contradictory aspect that we ordinarily expect windows to be transparent -- to allow us to see something outside without obstruction and interference -- and yet here the beam-splitting of reflective light that occurs and overlays on that "external reality" is the essence of their contribution.
But the way the mind works when presented with several things is that it wants to pick a favorite or two; i.e., it naturally tends do discriminate differences in likability. And so in that way, my mind would clearly chose #3 with its windows being reflected in windows and just its pure abstract geometric qualities and profoundly absorbing depth as being the stand out exemplar of this theme. It's an image one has to spend time with to fully appreciate; not to say they all aren't but this one in particular is for me personally.
For someone like me who is trying to learn this stuff, this is golden.
Last edited by chicagojohn; 06-15-2012 at 06:41 AM.
"'There's more to a picture than meets the eye; hey, hey; my my." - Neil Young