Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
this is really sooo cool. it almost looks like paintings in the windows, what a great find with your lens.
great shots! :)
VERY unusual image! Like it!!
Outstanding! Very cool.
Great reflections and the color combo of that building/windows is great too.Darla
Lovely windows, nice colors and beautiful reglections.
If you say it's a canal then I'll have to believe it! 'Wonky' hardly does it justice! Love it.
Very, very nice!
Intriguing. It almost looks like a trio of vintage silver platters inside the window. Great capture.
Wonky reflections indeed! Love the colors on this house too. :)
I'd have never figured that out! Canal water, heh? And then you double our please, double our fun...or confusion, as the case may be! :-)
I Absolutely Love This!
The reflections in these windows are amazing. What a wonderful find. Thanks for sharing them with us.
"Wonky relections", I like that.
i like it!
Very nice catch!
I love these photos, from the patterns in the windows to the combination of colors. Great shots!
It appears to be an optical illusion, since the reflective part is distorted, but the lines from the window frame and grilles are perfectly square.
Wow, that is so cool! Great pics!
How beautifully unique and unusual!!!Great capture sweetie!!! :o)God bless and have yourself a magnificent weekend!
Odbicia w szybach okiennych są niesamowite :). Pozdrawiam.Reflections in the glass windows are amazing :). Yours.
Wow, the refleciton looks like abstract art. Very cool!
I love the windows!!they frame the reflections so perfectly
Love it! Gives it a nice architectural designs to the window panes.
Wonderful capture, love these reflections.
Great colors and reflection.
It almost looks like something out of a Dutch painting! Marvellous!
A case where two is better than one! Nice organic reflection to balance the geometric lines.
Wow! Great reflections, almost looks like stained glass.
Terrific reflections for the day! I do love those red shutters, too! Have a great weekend!Sylvia
Pretty interesting, quirky reflections!God bless you!Cezar
LOVE this post. I'm soliciting work for the next issue of The Woven Tale Press and would love to use this. I also like a couple of your other posts. You can see the first issue below, and let me know either way. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org://issuu.com/awriterweavesatale/docs/woventaleissue_1
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