Friday, September 30, 2011

Car Window/ Weekend Reflections

Curved back window

Out walking, I just happened to spy this neat reflection in this car's curved back window. I was almost tempted to follow this car around town to see what other reflections I could see in it but alas I cannot run 95 kph (60 mph) like a cheetah!

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45 comments:

Sandra said...

great shot and great find, you have the Eye for it for sure

see you there! said...

Your eye catches the most amazing bits. You really LOOK at the world you are passing through.

Darla

Judy said...

That is awesome!!!

TexWisGirl said...

nicely done!

Jacob said...

Good eye, EG. And the neat thing is that if you don't like what you see you can just wipe it clean! :-)

Gillian Olson said...

Reflections are fascinating, good capture.

Karen said...

That's pretty cool!

Dianne said...

I love the way you framed this

it's funny to imagine chasing the car about hoping to shoot more reflections

Sylvia K said...

Oh, yes! You do have a great eye! What a terrific capture/reflection! I love the picture in my mind of you chasing down the street, on all fours -- cheetah style, camera in mouth! What we won't do for a great photo op!! Have a wonderful weekend!

Sylvia

Halcyon said...

Really nice shot and very creative!

Small City Scenes said...

Pretty cool I spy!! Nice shot.

Small City Scenes said...

BTW: You can't run like a Cheetah---I betcha can--NOT!! MB

Jack said...

This one is fun, EG. I keep looking in cars' windows, but so far I have come up dry.

Shammickite said...

I think you should practise running faster!

Woody said...

Curved car windows are pretty unusual, good eye to catch this!

Elisa said...

Such a great reflection!
Nice weekend
Elisa

Liza said...

Beautiful reflection.

Sivinden said...

Well observed - and captured!

Malyss said...

It's incredible how clear the details are!great catch!

George said...

I sure am glad you got this one capture. It's very neat.

Carver said...

That's a cool reflection.

Lesley said...

I think these cars are ugly, but the reflection you caught is wonderfully eyecatching.

Kim, USA said...

Hahahaha you make me laugh with that cheetah thing ^_^ Weekend Reflection

Janie said...

Great observation and photo! Would be fun to see more in that curved window, but the cheetah speed is definitely out of my league!

'Tsuki said...

I like the round shape of the car... Very funny !

Dianne said...

The places we can find reflections are endless - You have captured this one beautifuly!

Ebie said...

It has a "curved" appeal!

Zosia said...

Great catch! Looks like one of those old TVs with a kinescope or a reflection in an astronaut's helmet.

James said...

That sure is a neat reflection! Nice find!

Gemma Wiseman said...

Like a fragmented curve on life! Amazing detail in a small space! Fascinating reflection!

VioletSky said...

I am laughing at the idea of you running after this car - "but, really, sir, I just wanted a photo of a reflection..."

joo said...

It's lovely!
Have a great weekend:)

Jama said...

Looks almost like a painting!

Rambling Round said...

Great photo, EG! I think you just blew the curve for the photography class!

Randy said...

That's a good one!

Dawn said...

That's a wonderful reflective capture! SO clear!!

Ann said...

heheheh, you wanted to follow this car to see the view.

This morning, a car was smoking awful black smelly smoke. My husband followed it for a while until we lost sight of it. I asked him, why he was so busy body.

Arija said...

Great shot, my car windows are never clean enough for anything like that.

Nature Rambles said...

So beautifully captured! Love it!!

Valerie said...

Now that's inventive! Smart capture. Isn't it fun looking for places to snap reflections.

Jenn Jilks said...

What a great capture! Well done and good for you. I always carry my camera, sometimes forget to take a photo, tho'.
Cheers from Cottage Country!

Viola said...

A very original shot and I just love it! :) I guess you should be quite exhausted to run after that car- ha ha! And sure quite impossible in the length.... :))

Kay L. Davies said...

Gorgeous reflection. I'm with Arija, my car windows don't reflect anything but my poor housekeeping skills. If only I could get my computer to control my house.

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

Rose said...

Wonder what they would have thought had they seen you following them every where...did you try shooting from more than one angle?

Francisca said...

Haha... only James could plant the THOUGHT of running after a cheetah to get reflection shots in our heads! How fun!

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