Friday, March 11, 2011

Church on Library/ Weekend Reflections

Reflection on library windows, Newmarket, Ontario

The glass on this library reflects wonky versions of the church across the street.

Church that's reflected in windows

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54 comments:

Beyond My Garden said...

That reflection is great. Like a Picasso painting of the church.
nellie

Lois Evensen said...

What a wonderful image! Excellent reflection image.

Lyndsey said...

That is such a cool reflection! I like how you showed us what was reflected as well.

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

First of all, "Wow" with regard to the library...what fantastic windows...they must really light up the place!

And the reflections are super. I love all that wavy stuff! I like the way you compare the actual church with the reflections, too!

A very nice post!

Lúcia said...

Reflections are always so interesting, this libray is fantastic! It's cool we can see the church on the other photo to satisfy our curiosity. ;-)
Have a good weekend!

Judy said...

That is such an awesome reflection! I'm glad you posted a picture of the beautiful church as well.

Jack said...

Excellent reflection, EG! It is kind of like cubism.

anjoe playhouse said...

This is a number 1 refelction, wow ;-)

see you there! said...

Great photo - a agree with above poster, this looks like an abstract painting.

Darla

Miss Becky said...

your reflections are a real WOW, as is the skywatch image. you're March is similar to mine here in SE Wisconsin, but I'm thinking mine may be a bit more mild as I'm much farther south. but it could snow, it could rain, and there are usually more sunny days! I don't get the beautiful sunsets you get there though. one thing that keeps me going -knowing that what snow we get won't last but the blink of an eye in the larger scheme of things. have a beautiful weekend E G!

Cezar and Léia said...

This church is beuatiful, thanks for the picture! I love the distortions in your reflection, it's wonderful!
Léia

Lucka said...

Beautiful church, great reflection on the first shot. Such a beautiful blue sky!

Sylvia K said...

It is indeed like a piece of modern art! I love it! What a clever capture and you are so talented with your camera! Hope you have a lovely weekend!

Sylvia

snowwhite said...

EG WOW,
This is a magic. Beautiful church is converted to avant-garde art!!
Both of them are equally great!
Have a nice weekend!

kaye said...

Wow! that is an awesome reflection.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

That is fascinating.I would imagine the colors would change with the time of day.

Daogreer Earth Works said...

This is a fantastic photo!

'Tsuki said...

Very impressive, this 3D reflection... Nice catch on that one, and great idea to put also a picture of the model, cause it is not easy to read the mirror reflection...

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

The "wonky" reflection makes delightful color blocks of blue along with the distorted architecture of the church... very cubist!

Bises,
Genie

RedPat said...

Great reflections. Love that you showed us the church too!

Halcyon said...

Very cool reflection!

cieldequimper said...

Ha, I actually prefer the reflected view!

Malyss said...

Fabulous reflection!the old inside of the new, mixed together.I like it!

afanja said...

These are marvelous reflections.
Enjoy your weekend!

James said...

What a great building for reflections! They are so cool!

Dianne said...

I like wonky
and these are wonderful :)

joo said...

It's fabulous!
have a great weekend:)
j.

Pat Tillett said...

the old reflected in the new!
very nice...

Viola said...

Such wonderful reflections!! Such reflections one just have to stop and watch for a while..! :)

Lynette Killam said...

Love that reflection, and you captured it so cleanly and crisply! Fun to see the church in mormal mode as well...:)

Lynette
Imagination Lane

Paulie said...

That first one would make a great jigsaw puzzle!

Cildemer said...

Fabulous capture!The blue is so vivid and beautiful!
Thanks for sharing;o)

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Have a marvellous weekend****

Genie said...

The reflections you captures may be a bit wonky, but they surely are amazing. This is kind of shot I like to keep staring at trying to figure out exactly what I am seeing.You gave us a super shot this week. Hope you have a nice weekend.

Sally in WA said...

Waaaay cool reflection! All of those angles make it so interesting.

Regina said...

Wow excellent reflections!
Happy weekend.
R e g i n a

Randy said...

Excellent reflection!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I love it. It is like the old with the new with blue sky mixed in.

Farmchick said...

Great reflection in that shot.

Rose said...

Cool! I like that you showed the actual picture of the reflection!

SandyCarlson said...

The beautiful puzzle we call life!

Kerry said...

Oh my goodness. Those reflections in your first shot take my breath away. Sensational.

Kathiesbirds said...

Absolutely artistic!

Carolyn Ford said...

I LOVE the liquid affect of this reflection...very awesome!

DawnTreader said...

Wow. Makes it look like a work of art!

Francisca said...

We picked the same theme today, old in new. Yours looks like an abstract painting... I especially like the piece of the church window reflected. Thanks for showing the church too, EG.

snowwhite said...

Thank you for your concern. Because of their past experiences, the people had well prepared by building solid and high breakwaters. But TV showed huge Tsunami getting over them easily. It was the most devastating scene I had ever seen.
I pray for the people, for no more loss and no more sufferings.

stardust said...

Window reflections are beautiful especially when reflected thing itself is beautiful. The window reflections look like another work of modern art.

VioletSky said...

Oh good heavens, I have never seen anything quite like this!

Kay L. Davies said...

"Beyond my Garden" is right - definitely Picasso-esque reflections. So different, but so wonderful.
-- K

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

helenmac said...

I do not think you have ever taken a bum photo. This is just the usual, WOW!

George said...

The church is very beautiful, but I really like the wonky version very much.

Eden said...

Wow, very nice reflection shot.

Janie said...

What a perfect reflection. Great capture!

MyMaracas said...

Great shot. I love the contrast between the two buildings.

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