Friday, November 18, 2011

In Old Glass/ Weekend Reflections

 Reflection in windows behind the Marine & Railway Museum, Owen Sound, Ontario

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36 comments:

BlueShell said...

Really fabulous...
IThe first one...is amazing...I have no more words...
ThIS...is ART!

Jill said...

Simply fantastic!!

Andy said...

What caught my eye is the slots at the bottom of the window. If I remember correctly they could be open from the inside to allow air circulation. Yes... also an excellent reflection in the windows.

Elisa said...

It must be a wonderful place!
Beautiful reflection!
Greetings from Argentina
Elisa

Buttons said...

Oh that is beautiful I am a little happy today I am not in Owen Sound I heard it is cold and snowy. I love that window and the reflection is awesome. B

Leif Hagen said...

Wonderful reflections in the windows and the RED wagon is a nice bonus!
Happy weekend to you

Halcyon said...

Beautiful sky! Nothing beats old windows. :)

Kate said...

There are so many good features of the first photo! The reflections and the red cart against the bricks are visual treats.

Zosia said...

I like the red cart.

Judy said...

I love that bottom shot!

TexWisGirl said...

very pretty shots!

Sandra said...

fantastic reflections. I can't decide if i like the window or the red dolly sitting under it the best. wow

kaye said...

lovely reflections. I love the bright red wagon.

Lowell said...

Wonderful photos! Must have been near sunset. I really like that set of windows in the 2nd shot!

VioletSky said...

Those window panes in the second shot are wonderful!
I remember this place, though it has always been closed when I am up that way.

Martha Z said...

I like the golden color reflected in the windows and, of course, the red wagon.

Sylvia K said...

Superb capture and reflections as always and I do love the colors and golden light and, yes, that red wagon! Gorgeous! Hope you have a lovely weekend! Enjoy!

Sylvia

Mażena said...

Wonderful photos! I like it :)

colleen said...

Excellent. It gives me a chill up my spine. http://looseleafnotes.com

Francisca said...

I sure like the gold hues in both your reflections today, EG.

Kay L. Davies said...

I love the first photo because I love the idea of a marine and railway museum, but there's something about the reflection in the second shot that is truly wonderful, although I'd be hard put to say exactly why.

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

Neal said...

Those are really neat pictures. I think like the last one better than the first.

Ms. Becky said...

whoa, I like the red bench on wheels under the first window. and the second window has a whole lot of charm with a nice golden glow. splendid captures EG. happy weekend to you.

Dutchbaby said...

I love this! Love the color and style of the windows.

Karen S. said...

One of my favorite kinds of photos to take are of windows, looking in or looking out...very nice!

Pam said...

Stunning reflection of the tree in the window panes. The red wagon has that Wow factor that we all love to see.

Valerie said...

Interesting captures EG - that splash of red really sets off that first shot. Hope you enjoy the weekend.

Karen said...

A great composition in the first shot, and I love the old windows with a hint of the sun setting in the second.

George said...

I love the color of these reflections. Very well done!

joo said...

I do love the first photo!
Have a great weekend:)

Flora said...

Beautiful Pictures...I love seeing the other side of my country!!

Randy said...

Wonderful reflections.

Rose said...

I really like these...they pull at my heart. Think it is the kind of light that is reflected.

Malyss said...

I really like your second shot; The way the orange light is framed by the blue wood is very special.

Céline said...

Very nice composition for the first one, I like the red bench.

Pat Tillett said...

Not only great reflections, great windows as well!

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