Friday, March 4, 2011

Seaforth Library/ Window Reflection

Library, Seaforth, Ontario

Old windows create some of the strangest reflections, don't you think?


Reflection detail

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31 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

I love the mix with the lamp and the tree reflection, it's so cool!
Wonderful shot!
Léia

Kathy said...

It almost looks like a combination of two different pictures! Interesting.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I agree. Old windows make great reflections.

Lois Evensen said...

The do produce a very interesting collage, don't they. Lovely. :)

Kate said...

There are quite a lot of images in this reflection!

SouthernSass said...

Neat shot - lots of reflections. I like the stained glass window.

stardust said...

Various different things are reflected. At first, I thought something might be wrong with my vision. Reflected stained glass is lovely.

Wick Daily Photo said...

Everything is all mixed up.

texwisgirl said...

I like it!

RedPat said...

You're right - maybe they have smoother surfaces on the older glass. Great capture.

Sharon Creech said...

Ooh, nicely abstract . . .

helenmac said...

Wonderful conglomeration of images, as themselves and as reflections!

Jarart said...

Very abstract!

Y. Ikeda said...

Good find and it's so artistic!
Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful day.
Yoshi

Rose said...

You took the word right out of my mouth--strange sure is a good word for it. Almost looks like a reflection within a reflection.

Greyscale Territory said...

Wonderful light and shape! Love the feature of the ruby stained glass!

cieldequimper said...

This is a whole story book in one page!

joo said...

I love it and agree with Ciel!
Have a great weekend:)
Joo

Sylvia K said...

Oh, yes! Ciel and Joo are right! A whole book it is! Hope you have a wonderful weekend! Enjoy!

Sylvia

Kay L. Davies said...

Oh, yes, the wavy old window glass makes reflections shimmer, dance, and tell stories!
-- K

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

jeannette said...

What a mystery -now I have to figure out your 2nd pic! (hopefully be4 the weekend is over:) )

Pat Tillett said...

Nice! I really like the stained glass window! Lot's going on!
Patrick Tillett, Extremely Overdue

George said...

This is a terrific picture of multiple reflections. Very well done!

Nature Rambles said...

It looks magical. What a great reflection picture!!

Regina said...

Beautiful one.

Enjoy your weekend.

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

These made me dizzy...they are wonderful! Eventually I'll figure it all out. I have to wait until my head stops spinning!

Inger-M said...

Almost a little ghostly. Great capture.

snowwhite said...

Wow, both windows reflections and the inside scenery together create the magical world!! Great! They seem to invite me to the inside!!
Have a nice day!

Gine said...

Un peu perdue dans cette belle image... Le but est atteint !

Sally in WA said...

That window made for an awesome reflection!

Genie said...

A window,a tree, a smokestack, and the roof of a building all go together to make this a fabulous refection sot. You definitely were there with your camera at the perfect time. It is amazing the way you were able to capture all the different images. They make for quite an interesting shot.

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