Friday, December 10, 2010

Lavender Window/ Weekend Reflections

Winter street scene

In these windows you can see two streets running perpendicular to each other.


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36 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Looks like a painting, it's wonderful indeed, I loved the winter reflected and so lovely details, the building and so on!
Congrats!
Léia

George said...

I really like the reflections you've captured in this photo (the lavender windows are pretty cool as well). I agree that this looks like a painting.

Xavi said...

I agree with Léia, looks like a painting.
Very beautiful capture Tina!!
I hope you will have a very nice week-end too...

☺lani☺ said...

I love the way you captured this, happy mood in winter time! Happy Weekend!

James said...

It's like a scene out of history. A storybook reflection.

Gine said...

La scène idéale pour un puzzle ! Joli !

Malyss said...

FA-BU-LOUS catch!I love it!

Sylvia K said...

Awesome capture and it does indeed look like a painting! Really superb, as always! Have a wonderful weekend!

Sylvia

Carletta said...

I wanted to say it looks like a painting but that doesn't seem very original. ;)
It's a lovely capture and the lavender window show it off well.

Round The Bend

James said...

I converted my photo to black and white. :)

RuneE said...

This was no ordinary reflection - this is a jigsaw puzzle! One could spend hours :-)

Nefertiti said...

tres reussie jolies couleurs !

Gattina said...

Beautiful and very original !

Dianne said...

it does look like a painting!
wonderful work :)

Hooked on Memes said...

It does look more like a water colour rather than a photo. Lovely muted colours.

Farmchick said...

This does look like a painting. Bravo on the shot.

Francisca said...

What a whimsical reflection shot, EG! Well spotted!

Jacob said...

I like this a lot and your treatment of the photo works especially well with the subject(s) and the colors! Good job!

I think I answered this before but the heron on Stone Creek is real. We find them on rooftops often!

Gill - That British Woman said...

that indeed does look like a painting, so very different.

Gill

cieldequimper said...

That's the 'wow' in EG Wow! :-)

Gabriela Abalo said...

stunning reflection, very creative

have a great weekend

cheers from Uruguay :)

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

The lavender frame for your reflections is a welcome surprise. I love the reflections which present a challenge for the brain to unravel. Nice shot.

imaginationlane said...

Wow...that is an amazing photo! It looks like a charming little corner of your world, altogether...so quaint and picturesque. Good eye!!

Sally in WA said...

It does look like a painting. I'm really liking this one! Have a great weekend.

'Tsuki said...

This windows reflection is quite unusual... I don't know if it is the composition, the colors, but I like it very much !

Joanne said...

very interesting... fun to look at:)

Diane AZ said...

It looks dreamy like a fairy tale. I like the lavender color with the bricks and snow.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I love that. What can I say?

Shirley said...

I love this reflection!! It reminds me of the streets of Dickens' Christmas Carol. Have a great weekend!

jeannette said...

Incredible! All the colors blend so well together which does make it look like a painting, as others have said:)(and you were lucky to find a lavender building!)

MARGARET GOSDEN 2 said...

Yes, I like that!

lotusleaf said...

very creative!

Elisa said...

Such a great group of colors.
Very well done
Greetings from Argentina

Pagan Sphinx said...

This could be a greeting card. Well done, as always! You are one of my top fave photographers on the memes!
Happy holidays!

Fabien said...

Superbe composition, j'adore l'ambiance

DeLi said...

oh so sombre...and yet so fair tale-ish!

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