About 2C2V

This photo site presents images from different photographers of similar or the same subjects. The objective is to illustrate how different people can look at the same scene yet see and render diverse and different views.

The idea for this site arose from a joint photo trip to Savannah, Georgia.  The resulting photos were interesting when seen side by side showing the very different ways that two people can see the same subjects. This site initially showed photographs by two photographers; Tom Beach and Ludwig Keck.

The site is now open to other photographers who wish to contribute photographs illustrating their views. If you are interested please visit the Join page.



Tom Beach










LJK-Savannah-DTB-320Ludwig Keck

Ludwig started taking pictures more than sixty years ago as a teen-ager in war-torn Europe. His interest in photography blossomed in college at Case Institute of Technology. Ludwig spent his working career as an engineer in electronics, programming, photographic products, toys, instruments and defense products, but he managed to find mostly projects where electronics, programming and photography came together.

Now retired, Ludwig enjoys taking pictures and sharing camera and computer skills with other seniors. The gateway to Ludwig’s blogs and galleries is CafeLudwig.com.

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This and That: The Next Part

This and That: Part 3

Maria Vincent Robinson

Photographer Of Life and moments

Shutter’s on the World

sights of life from a passerby

Gallery Ludwig

Ludwig's photography show place

Travels with Ali

My site is all about my travels around the world and in Australia, plus daily life photos!

Der Amateur Photograph

Ein Blog über Optik und Photographie - A blog about optics and photography

This and That

Various Things On My Mind


: around the world :

Transition of Thoughts

Adjudged among top 6 blogs in Creative Writing Category at BlogAdda Awards

Marsha Ingrao - Always Write

Having fun, while encouraging, and promoting bloggers

Okefenokee Photography by William Wise

A photo journal exploration of Georgia's Okefenokee Swamp, the largest blackwater swamp in North America.

Robert's Snap Spot

Life in Full View: A Photographer's Journey

Pilgrimage Studio

A Journey of Spiritual Significance

Our Arts Magazine

Artist stories by artists


good day

Becky in Portugal

The Joy of Slow Travel

The life of B

Mainly through the lens of a Nikon