Friday, February 24, 2012

Front Door/ Weekend Reflections

Reflection in neighbours' storm door

Yep, it's still winter here in Ontario!

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38 comments:

Southwest Arkie said...

Nice reflections- but those icicles!! Those give me the shivers!

Sandra said...

i love the porch, can we see the whole house? looks like one i would like

TexWisGirl said...

very nice!

Sylvia K said...

Oh, great reflection for the day!! Looks like a piece of modern art! The icicles gave me the shivers, too! Enjoy your weekend! Stay warm!

Sylvia

Buttons said...

Awesome light snow is falling here but supposed to turn to rain. No winter here. Have a nice weekend. B

Pat Tillett said...

A very nice photo! And BRRRR!!!!

Riet said...

Oh I love this picture. Great reflections too

RedPat said...

No snow here EG!

Malyss said...

I like the distorsion here, it makes the feeling of cold even stronger. And what a beautiful frame!

George said...

I like those reflections you've captured in the door. They look like a Modern Art painting.

Jill said...

This is fantastic. Love those icicles too.

Janie said...

Great shot! The wavery reflection looks like stained glass.

Halcyon said...

Love the long icicles. I think we got 10cm of rain today, maybe we'll have some icicles tomorrow! Not much snow though.

Kleinste Motte said...

My winter in our Ontario is far from wintery. Today we had a dusting of snow, hardly the storm of the season as forecast but then that's now happened three times. Love the icicles.

guild-rez said...

Winter in Ontario?
Weather forecast from last night warned about a big snowstorm arriving overnight. Noticed some snowflakes mixed with rain during the day. Put my snow shovel away until the next time:)
Thank you for your visit and comment,
Gisela

Carver said...

That's a wonderful reflection. The whole shot is beautiful.

A Quiet Corner said...

What agreat picture! Came by from A Quiet Corner!...:)JP

Lowell said...

I thought it was a stained glass window! Nice going! And you were sure full of witty remarks today - had me laughing the whole way through! We need light in Ocala and we are jealous of your snow and I sat in the biggest one because I'm the smartest! So there, too!

Esther Joy said...

Oooooh, that does give me the shivers. It was SO nice hear, and then cold and windy today. I'm ready for spring!

Dianne said...

Wonderful capture ... I love it!

Susan said...

WOW...yup. The abstractness of this is fantastic. Imagine the people who don't readily see reflections, they're just awed by the icicles....and those are great, but there's so much more.

Michelle said...

Great shot, but COLD!

Viola said...

A lovely front door! And I can see the ice hanging there =)

Stephanie said...

That is so cool, reflection in the door along with the icicle hanging from the eave. I love this one with the old fashioned architectural features of this house.

Gillian Olson said...

Outstanding picture, and those are quite the icicles.

Randy said...

Love the icicles.

Indrani said...

The icicles and reflections, great capture.

Stewart M said...

Hi there - very nice image - it makes me feel a little bit cold just to look at it - which is a good job as it is almost 100 here today!

Cheers - Stewart M - Australia

RuneE said...

It looks cold! Storm door was a fitting description :-)

Cezar and Léia said...

You know how much I LOVE doors and this one is really spectacular!Awesome capture!
Léia

CameraCruise said...

Wow, great shot!

Robin said...

Great shot but brrrr... Don't be too envious of our spring - winter (or at least our wet miserable version of it) is supposed to return with a vengeance this week :(.

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Very nice photo.

Regards and best wishes

Dimple said...

It's still winter in northern Idaho, too!
Great reflections make abstract art!

NixBlog said...

Beautiful! Great reflections, but I love those icicles!

Ebie said...

The reflection created a mosaic tile, very colorful!

Powell River Books said...

And great icicles. - Margy

Paul in Powell River said...

Lots of comments on this one, all well deserved. Nice shot.

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