Friday, April 8, 2011

Old Mill Station/Weekend Reflections

Old Mill Station, Toronto, Ontario

The windows on this above ground station of the east-west Toronto subway reflect...

Old Mill Inn & Spa, Toronto

...the back side of the Old Mill Inn & Spa

To enjoy reflections from around the world, visit James' WEEKEND REFLECTIONS at Newtown Area Photo.


30 comments:

Ann said...

what do you call this architecture with the timber making triangles.

Cezar and Léia said...

I love the architecture, it's beautiful!
A Spa! wow I imagine it's elegant!
Your picture is perfect and I like a lot the reflection with distortion.
hugs
Léia

Judy said...

What a beautiful place. The top reflections are great...The reflections do look distorted.

Lois Evensen said...

Such a lovely place. Great images.

see you there! said...

Very interesting. I like that you included a photo of what was being reflected.

Darla

Malyss said...

There are black birds in your reflection, and with distorsion,and old architecture, it gives the picture of a very strange place! Great job!

Halcyon said...

A perfect reflection! I love the timbering on the building.

Right now I'm living in the north York area. But ihave a GPS so I'm willing to charter out into new territory. My husband works in Ajax so I Am also somewhat familiar with that area. But ican meet you anywhere that you think is good for photos. :)

MyMaracas said...

Love the way the glass bends the reflections in that first one. You've framed it just right, too.

(I'm not participating this time, just stopping by. )
:-)
Vicki

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Architecture from two different eras reflected one upon the other... love these images and glad that Malyss pointed out the birds!

Bises,
Genie

Sylvia K said...

Fantastic! And like Genie, I love the the architecture from two different eras reflected on one another! Terrific image and, yes, I love the birds as well! Great post for the day as always! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Sylvia

Judy said...

Love the contrast between the two buildings!! And the way the subway station windows distort the reflections, too!

Karen said...

Such a cool distorted reflection!

forgetmenot said...

Wonderful reflection--I like how the glass distorts them just enough to make it interesting looking. Mickie :)

Janie said...

Pretty reflection of the old mill inn. I like the architecture of the building.

Genie said...

I enjoyed the differences in the two shots you brought us this week. My favorite is the first...but then, I love train stations and that bit of red is the perfect send off for it. Nice reflections. Hope it is warming up up there.

Woody said...

I really like trains, it's neat you can see the train through the reflection.

'Tsuki said...

Nice reflections ! The architecture of this building is quite impressive, with this mix between old and new... I like it !

RedPat said...

Another place that I haven't been inside! Great shots.

Rekha said...

beautiful relfections...the first being a wonderful shot.

Francisca said...

You're good at finding these wonky reflections, EG. Before seeing the second image, I guessed it was a Tudor-style building. :-)

joo said...

I love both, Old Mill and its reflection:)
Have a nice weekend!
Joo

jennyfreckles said...

Very different styles of buildings - nice to see them both.

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

The reflections in the first shot are really nice...I like the wavy ones that make you dizzy looking at them!

George said...

Thanks for showing the building as well as it's reflection. The building is very elegant, but the reflection is fascinating.

fairchildstreet said...

lovely reflections. Charmaine

Randy said...

Very nice reflections.

VioletSky said...

were you actually at the spa?? I imagine it to be very decadent. I have eaten there and it is a lovely spot for a wedding reception.

Cool reflection.

BJ Roan said...

I joined a camera club and our assignment is reflections. It's fun seeing yours. Sadly, we don't have many interesting buildings in this tiny town. The courthouse is about it. I'm on the hunt, though.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

The reflections I found cool and they made me dizzy. The building they reflected is also cool.

James said...

Excellent reflection and what a cool building!

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