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Friday, December 4, 2009

Building Reflections (Weekend Reflections #11)

This is the first time I'm jumping in on this meme. It's called Weekend Reflections and it's sponsored by James at Newtown Area Photo. The idea is to submit a photo that shows any kind of reflection.

My photo is of a building reflected into another building in Dallas, TX. Where does one building end and another start?




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30 comments:

Julie said...

The cool thing about this reflection is that it looks like a continuation. I guess that to be the skill of the photographer in stepping around until you had just the shot required.

Such good work and I like it.

Julie said...

Sorry, wanted to say something about your lower post about pronounciation. Down here in Australia we are similar to the Canadians, being also in the English tradition. We say ZED rather thAN ZEE. However, we pronounce the word ZEB-RA rather than ZED-BRA or even ZEE-BRA. That was an interesting post to read.

Ida said...

As Julie said,
the reflection looks like a continuation. Very COOL! :)
Great shot!

awarewriter said...

Good question and a nice intro photo. Highly reflective glass is like the mirrored sunglasses on a State Trooper. Who's behind the mask? Buildings that choose to reflect their surroundings are often borrowing instead of creating their own identity.

Meeko Fabulous said...

Ok, there is no other way to say this . . . That picture is SO bad ass!!!

Carletta said...

Hi Pat,
I've been home a couple of days. So glad you stopped by. I've spent a little time catching up here.
Loved the story about your twin and I like the new blond look.
Nice reflection!

Lindy MacDuff said...

Great reflection but you also managed to get the windows framed just right through the traffic light frame. Excellent!

Autumn Belle @ KDP said...

Your are so clever to capture this picture. It certainly looks like a continuation, what a perfect illusion. Its almost magical.

Snowflake said...

Great photo, Pat!!! You must have spent some time positioning yourself just right to get such an amazing reflection!!

Brian Miller said...

what a cool shot! great capture pat!

Kathy's Klothesline said...

Good shot! In a reflective mood myself, though not exactly the same kind.

Boomka said...

Such a great picture! Good job. There used to be, and still might be, a website called the mirror project. ANd it was basically all pictures of reflections. Keep a keen eye out!

Quilt Works said...

Neat reflections - it looks like the building is complete. You have a great eye.


... "I see beauty in old and weathered"

Cezar and Léia said...

Great work!
I loved the reflections and the sunny day there!I'm so envious because here I miss the sun!It's raining a lot weeks and weeks!
purrs and love
Luna - WE LOVE LUNA

Sunny said...

Excellent reflection!
Your new format and banner look great.
Sunny :)

wenn said...

lovely reflections..

Serendipity said...

Cool reflection!

Missy said...

This is so cool!

Rae said...

Great photo. I would like to see one of those buildings in person.

AudreyO said...

Nice photo. I love when I see things like that. And then the sun moves and it's gone 2 minutes later.

SJ said...

great shot

A smile from SJ =)

Allen said...

wow that is great, but when did you have time to take that if you are playing sky blocks? hehe

I have a Prrrrfect Blog Award waiting for you on my blog!

Allen

ArneA said...

Great shot

Gerald (Ackworth born) said...

the reflection creates an optical illusion - excellent.

mbkatc230 said...

Really great shot! Perfect capture, isn't this a fun meme? Kathy

BaysideLife said...

And the "building" goes on... Really great reflection. I'm sure it took you some time to get this just right.

otin said...

It almost looks like you are looking at the building through the windows of the other one!

SquirrelQueen said...

Fantastic shot Pat, the reflection seems to be a continuation of the building. Great capture.

Betty Manousos:cutand-dry.blogspot.com said...

Pat that is just a great shot!hugs

moorebloglife said...

What a great job photographically and editing, it does look like one continuous building, great reflection!