Friday, July 16, 2010

Old and New/ Weekend Reflections

Old town reflections in new(er) town windows

Like most places across North America, small and medium-sized towns in central Ontario are a mixture of late nineteenth century architecture (as you see in the window) and twentieth century buildings.

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32 comments:

Jenn Jilks said...

Nothing like new windows to let the sun in! Thank you for visiting my sky !

Naturedigital said...

Beautiful reflections.
Costas

Small City Scenes said...

Super great reflections---nice to have clean windows. MB

Halcyon said...

A wonderful contrasting shot. Perfect for reflecting on many things.

see you there! said...

Love the combo of old and new.

Darla

RuneE said...

Something new - something old. A very nice mixture.

Carolyn Ford said...

A beautiful blend of old and new! I really like the color...nice.

James said...

Nice mix of old and new. It's like a teaser making us want to see more.

Malyss said...

A beautyful frame for a great scenery..I like the colors you choosed!

Sylvia K said...

I Love the old and the new and what crisp, beautiful reflections! Superb capture for the day! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Sylvia

Rebecca said...

Neat combo...the lines in the building make it interesting.

MyMaracas said...

How lovely, as if the past and future are dreaming of each other.

mactheweb said...

Nice combo of old and new.

Limar said...

That's a really nice reflection, and very clear too. Have a nice weekend :)

Greyscale Territory said...

Like beautiful worlds within worlds!

Beth Niquette said...

Boy--I could swear that photo came from our small town. Amazing--lovely reflection!

Regina said...

Beautiful reflections!
Happy weekend.
" Regina "

B SQUARED said...

Nice combination.

Robin said...

Great shot - I love the juxtaposition of old and new. You and Dina (Jerusalem Hills) took very similar shots this week too.

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Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Great shot -- pretty to look at and it gives a lot of history of your city -- love it. I agree with the comment that it would be great to have windows this clean! Wonder if the people have any extra time?

Starnitesky said...

Great shot I love to see old and new.

Carol said...

Nice shot with a beautiful reflection. I love the blue-ish look to the windows.

Becky and Gary said...

Awesome reflections EG. Just beautiful. Excellant catch!
Have a super week-end.
B.

Dave said...

old and new in perfect harmony, lovely shot.

Hilda said...

With brick, I actually have a hard time telling what is new and what is old (or old but renovated). But they're both lovely!

Max-e said...

I love the composition of your photo. It is a great shot

Francisca said...

Besides the interesting architecture and lines, I like the hues in your photo. Well done.

Carletta said...

I much rather like the nineteenth century facades but I do like the green trim. :)
Nice find!!

kaye said...

very creative capture . . .

Ann said...

My husband always likes the double glazed modern windows.

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awarewriter said...

Nice shot. I always liked that color green for window mullions. Goes well with the masonry facade. Nice reflections of the old.

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