Friday, December 9, 2011

Bracebridge/ Weekend Reflections

Reflection in a Bracebridge window

Trees, sky and a building are reflected in a building near the dam in Bracebridge, Ontario. In some places you can see a double reflection, which I think is caused by the two layers of glass in the window.

If I remember correctly, the building in the left-hand corner is the train station.

Inside the building you can see a sign for the Bracebridge BIA (Business Improvement Area) and also light coming through part of a window.

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35 comments:

Jill said...

Fantastic! Think this is a favorite reflection of all time!

Kate said...

There is such clarity in this reflection...great capture!

Sandra said...

great view, there is much to see in that double window. looks like something i would like to see in real time

Halcyon said...

A nice reflection!

Malyss said...

a rich reflection where there's a lot to discover!

Sivinden said...

Great reflections and composition!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Gorgeous -- reflections of reflections here... I love it!

Viola said...

Exciting picture.. and a little spooky.. :)

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

Great result.

Sylvia K said...

Marvelous reflections as always! And your terrific composition! I love it! Hope you have a great weekend!

Sylvia

Kay L. Davies said...

A reflection of a train station never fails with me!

Kay, Alberta, Canada
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llandudnopictures said...

Very 'reflective'... great spot!

RedPat said...

I like the vibrating effect from the double window!

Neal said...

That's a neat picture.

cieldequimper said...

I'm dizzy! :-)

Roberto Machado Alves said...

This means blurry reflection caused a nice effect. It seems an abstraction.

JDaniel4's Mom said...

Wow! I love this! It has so many layers.

Ebie said...

Those double reflections are like shadows too, and I love it!

Lowell said...

Making me dizzy is what you're doing! Don't see too many double reflections.

Dianne said...

I think you're right about the double glass window - it gives a wonderful waverly reflection image.

Valerie said...

Fascinating shot EG. Glad you explained about the double image . . I was beginning to wonder if you'd been imbibing ! (no offence intended)

Jack said...

N-nice p-picture.

Dianne said...

I always call them wonky reflections because they're fun and interesting and these are super wonky

George said...

This is a great reflection and I can see the double reflections in your photo.

amatterofhowyouseeit.com said...

Gorgeous reflections EG in this double glass window!

Randy said...

Nice reflection.

Lucy Corrander : Photos said...

So the bridge is not real but part of the poster? So many things in one place.

Louis la Vache said...

Neat capture! Perfect for the meme!

Ann said...

double glazed window to keep the heat, great way to conserve.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

There is a lot going on in that reflection. I think I can even see a bridge.

Genie said...

Boy, were you quick on the draw this week. #1 in the list. I am so tardy...way down at #80 or something like that. Your photo deserves to be on top. It is so pretty. When you can get a reflection that is a wee bit off the normal it is super. The colors and detail in this one are great. Good job. genie

Francisca said...

Genie's comment makes me smile... quick on the draw... right. Double window, huh... you sure that wasn't camera shake? (kidding!)

Gattina said...

Great ! what a nice reflection !

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

great view and such amazing reflections!

Rose said...

That would make one of those little slide puzzles...do you know what I mean. We used to get them as a kid and they were always 4 x 4....fun to work.

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