Friday, February 11, 2011

White Oaks/ Weekend Reflections

White Oaks Spa and Resort, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario

This reflection was seen from the QEW (Queen Elizabeth Way), a major highway between Toronto and Niagara Falls, Ontario.

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39 comments:

Gabriela Abalo said...

Awesome reflection!!!

Have a fantastic weekend.

cheers from Uruguay :)

Leif Hagen said...

Now that's an interesting and unique "thing" hanging off the reflective edge!
Bon weekend

SouthernSass said...

Very cool shot!

Andrea said...

Wonderful reflections, it's good you've spotted it. Happy weekend.

see you there! said...

Reflections great, structure odd. I suppose it lets a lot of light into the building tho.

Darla

Small City Scenes said...

Interesting place but it makes for great reflections.

I want to go to a spa someday and be pampered. HA!
MB

kaye said...

what a structure!

George said...

What a fascinating structure. You captured great reflections in it.

cieldequimper said...

EG, this is just soooo WOW! :-)

James said...

Great shapes in this pic. The reflection makes it look like a diamond.

Sylvia K said...

Fantastic reflections and another terrific capture, EG! You are the best! Have a wonderful weekend! Enjoy!

Sylvia

jeannette said...

I also thought it looks like a diamond. But whatever it's supposed to be, it gives great reflections!

Pat Tillett said...

Really nice! the reflection makes it hard to figure out the actual shape?

RedPat said...

I've seen that many times. Nice shot and great reflection.

Jack said...

That is a pretty unusual form. Can't exactly say I like it, but it does produce a good reflection.

'Tsuki said...

Surprising shot indeed... I love the way you framed that piece of modern architecture...

Cildemer said...

Wow! That's great and original!
Thanks for sharing;o)

***
Have a happy weekend****

Farmchick said...

Nice! I like the geometric building.

Kate said...

An unusually shaped structure...certainly caught my eye!

Viola said...

What a wonderful reflection! Well captured! :) I see you have some snow on the beautiful photo below.. :)

Karen said...

A great shot! It does look a diamond.

JDaniel4's Mom said...

This is amazing! I bet the view in person was even better.

Lesley said...

You can't really help but spot this, can you! good shot.

VioletSky said...

nice one - for Valentine's!!

SandyCarlson said...

Exquisite! I've had a crazy week and missed blogging. So good to stop here tonight!

Sally in WA said...

Whatever that "thing" is on the building make for a great reflective shot!

Jan said...

Wow, that's an interesting reflection. Very unusual structure.

Randy said...

Amazing reflection!

Cezar and Léia said...

I love this modern architecture, the reflections are outstanding!
Happy weekend dear EG

hugs
Léia

Greyscale Territory said...

Like an artificial diamond in the sky! Creative capture!

Carola said...

A very special reflection on this unusual shaped building.

stardust said...

Nice reflections! I love this color tone, and the building is interesting for its combination of different geometric forms.

Rekha said...

This is a great reflection and an interesting structure.

forgetmenot said...

That's an interesting structure and made for a great "Reflection" shot.And, what a strange horse with his one brown ear!!!! Thanks for coming over to my blog. Mickie

Leovi said...

Great reflections in a wonderful composition of this great work of architecture. Very nice

Reader Wil said...

What a remarkable object and beautiful reflection!

Inger-M said...

Looks like an interesting building. The view from in there must be very nice, and the windows give great reflections! Nice capture!

Woody said...

That's an unusual building. I thing the triangles are really interesting.

Rose said...

What a strange structure...it doesn't fit the foreground...if you know what I mean. I would like to be there, though and see the entire area. It is really interesting. And I would love to have a place like that to sit and just see allllll around.

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