Friday, October 1, 2010

Wonky Glass/Weekend Reflections

Old glass in window at museum in Coldwater, Ontario

Sometimes old glass is charming because it is so distorted as in this window, which makes the reflection wavy.

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44 comments:

jeff campbell said...

Wonky leads to art...great capture ;-) Peace and blessings

Sunny said...

I really love this reflection!
Happy Weekend!
☼ Sunny

Malyss said...

It looks like a strange painting! I love it!

Mike said...

I love the colours and the painterly feel.

Woody said...

Old glass is so cool, I really enjoy looking through it, but I don't recall seeing many reflections from it. Excellent!

Lucka said...

It is so beautiful! Have a great weekend!

Cezar and Léia said...

This is quite an original capture for weekend reflections, well done!
God bless you!
Cezar

RuneE said...

Seldom has a title described the feeling more! :-)

It's Time to Live said...

You have given me some more ideas for images. Thanks.

Tricia said...

Now that's cool - I love that reflection! You did goooood!!!

Carletta said...

Love it!
Wonky - fun word. :)

jeannette said...

I love it! And the geranium in front of it, gives it a friendly frame. Also, the reflection looks like a painting:)

Sylvia K said...

This is fantastic! I love the old glass reflections and this does remind me of a painting! Terrific capture and composition as always! Have a great weekend!

Sylvia

paul said...

Well spotted, love the watery look of the reflection.

carolsnotebook said...

I love it, how it shows the reflection and distortion.

Max-e said...

I love this shot

Kim, USA said...

It's pretty stunning!
Weekend Reflection

James said...

Very nice shot. The distortion of the reflection really adds to the picture.

joo said...

It's such a lovely photo!
Happy weekend to you:)

Dave said...

looks like an impression painting.

Elisa said...

How did you find that relfection? Amazing!
Have a nice weekend
Elisa

Evelyn said...

Love it!! Very nice.

Farmchick said...

This is one of my all time favorites of your work.

Paula said...

What an unusual and striking reflection. Almost like a painting within a photograph!

Thom said...

It's so strange looking it almost looks like a picture or a painting or something. I love it. Very well done :) Have a great weekend :)

eileeninmd said...

I think it looks great, love it. Have a great weekend.

lotusleaf said...

Great capture!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

What a great idea for this meme and what a great photo. This is what photoblogging is really about -- making us really SEE things in a different way.

Randy said...

That is an awesome find!

Jingle said...

beautiful reflections...have a fun weekend.

kaye said...

reminds me of a fun house I used to go to when I was little.

George said...

This reminds me of some of the fun houses that used to be at the fair when I was young.

gogouci said...

Looks like a painting by Dali. Really neat effect and great composition.

Lyndsey said...

Oooo...that's a good reflection! Wonky is right!

Louis la Vache said...

Excellent!
The reason old glass does this is because it is still liquid, even though we don't realize that it is.

Tommy Andre Nekkoy said...

Quite Beautiful - Well done

anjoe playhouse said...

A very special reflection - great photo ;-)

Gabriela Abalo said...

amazing photo!!

have a lovely weekend

Sar@h said...

I like this reflection because is like in the life, never exactly !

Sorry for my bad english … Why I can't comment like "Oh great ! Beautiful " ?

Nessa said...

Very cool capture.

Small City Scenes said...

Way cool, EG. MB

'Tsuki said...

That is such a nice reflection ! Nice catch et great idea !

SKIZO said...

Thank you for sharing
This fabulous work with us
Good creations

NatureFootstep said...

that´s a really great reflection photo. ;)

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