Friday, January 21, 2011

Cobourg Windows/ Weekend Reflections

Windows on a main street in Cobourg

As you can see in the reflection. the buildings across the street are made of red brick too. Here you can also see the end (literally) of the Business Association's Christmas decorations.

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36 comments:

Elisa said...

Such a great reflection :)
Have a nice weekend

Cezar and Léia said...

So beautiful window and you got some interesting reflections!I also love the red brick!
A nice weekend dear EG
Hugs
Léia

see you there! said...

Brick on brick, really a great reflection. They do need to take that garland down now tho.

Darla

Farmchick said...

Lovely picture. I like that old brick.

Robin said...

Great reflection, I love the way it's brick on brick.

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EG Wow said...

Darla,
Many, many towns here still have their Christmas decorations up. Taking them down is not a high priority. AND you can still find homes decorated with lights turned on after sunset.

Halcyon said...

I love brick buildings. There's just something solid and conforting about them.

Birdman said...

Cool shot.

kaye said...

love the red whit and blue :)

Meri said...

Of course I'd find my way here first -- I'm a total lover of window reflections. This is lovely.

Sylvia K said...

Terrific reflections! I love the rich colors of the brick! You always have such great shots! And it's always fun to visit and see what you've come up with for the day! Never disappointed! Enjoy your weekend1

Sylvia

Dorian Susan said...

Pretty window scenes. Love the muted reds.

Dianne said...

fantastic!
I love red brick

Xavi said...

I love the brick buildings, your reflection is perfect!!
Have a wonderful weekend, Tina!!

cieldequimper said...

Lovely warm colours too.

Carolyn Ford said...

oh, so pretty!

Kim, USA said...

The reflection looks like a sheet crumpled, great capture. Happy weekend!
A droplet

Carol said...

Lovely shot. The red brick stands out so beautifully. And a great reflection too.

George said...

I like this red brick building as well as the one in the reflection. Thanks for a wonderful picture.

Jack said...

I really like this one, EG. Nice!

Leif Hagen said...

I love the pink/red bricks and the reflective windows!
Happy weekend

Karen said...

Great reflections in those windows...I see blue sky!

jeannette said...

You know by now that I look at colors first(smile) and I love red brick because it makes me think of my 2nd country of origin: Holland -thanks for the memory!

Kay L. Davies said...

A beautiful photo. The 'end' of the Christmas decorations made me laugh.
And I, too, love that red brick! There used to be a brick plant in our little town, but it closed a few years ago and the land is being sold for subdivisions.
Sigh.
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

NatureFootstep said...

great reflection shot. :)

Jacob said...

I like most of all how the reflections are all wavy! But I also like brick buildings. The poor decorations should have been taken down a long time ago...sheesh!

Kate said...

The red brick is carried through so well in the reflections.

Randy said...

Nice capture.

Small City Scenes said...

Wonderful windows--great brick and excellent reflections. You have a good eye for that. MB

Nature Rambles said...

Windows that show so much! Beautiful!

DawnTreader said...

I like brick buildings, they make for such interesting colour variation in themselves. And windows and reflections... That bit of decoration adds an odd twist as well.

Boonie S said...

Fascinating shot. Thanks for this.

All the best, Boonie

VP said...

Red bricks and reflections go well together...

'Tsuki said...

Nice windows ! I like the red of this brick wall : it seems so shiny...

Serendipity said...

Ooh, I love those red bricks :-)

Carletta said...

Seems odd to use the term pretty with a reflection but this image is pretty.
I'm thinking in nice weather it would make another great reflection if a flag was in that holder.

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