Friday, August 31, 2012

Round Window/Weekend Reflections

Home reflected in a medical building window

To enjoy reflections from around the world, visit James at Weekend Reflections HERE

37 comments:

Buttons said...

Oh great window and reflection. Have a great long weekend camera girl. Had an adventure Thursday went to Ottawa ended up lost in North of Renfrew very lost(LOL) went through a Dacre and a Griffith. Lots of beautiful photos to have but we were to lost in dark to stop. I will be writing about that soon. I love Ontario :)
Have a nice weekend I hope you find yourself lost(not really) in a great photo place with a working phone:) B

Cloudy said...

Das ist ein interessantes Motiv für die Aktion, muss man erstmal drauf kommen...

Lieben Gruß
CL

Andy said...

Perfect reflection, Camera Girl.

Sandra said...

such a beautiful window it is, and the reflections just add to the beauty

Birdman said...

...a geometric wonderwall!

rainfield61 said...

It is glad to find a window as round as the moon.

Happy weekend, camera girl.

see you there! said...

Round windows are unusual and this one is great with the reflection.

Darla

TexWisGirl said...

very pretty!

George said...

This is a beautiful reflection, and I really like that round window.

RuneE said...

The reflections in that round window gave an interesting perspective on the house, with the red bricks as a nice contrast.

RedPat said...

Wonderful window!

James said...

Nice one! The shape of the window adds to the interest.

Sylvia K said...

A beautiful round window and wonderful reflection for the day! I love the red brick!! Hope you have a lovely weekend!!

Malyss said...

A very unusual window! I like the frame, a yellow line, the those red bricks..Perfect!

Riet said...

What a great reflection photo, so very clear in that beautiful window.

LONDONLULU said...

Home sweet home :) Its a beautiful photo, window, and - last but not least - home! (I had a funny Ontario moment last night, overhead an evening stroller in downtown Princeton say, "Mom, this is just like Toronto!" - made me chuckle as Princeton is a tiny dot compared to Toronto!)

cieldequimper said...

Oh fabulous! I would love a window like this one!

Nefertiti said...

joli coups d oeil !

Gemma Wiseman said...

Love the framing of these reflections! The ones on the left create a wonderful contrast for the rounded reflection!

Valerie said...

A fascinating and imaginative capture - thanks for sharing. Wishing you an enjoyable weekend.

beyondzephyr.com said...

Gorgeous reflection in the window!

Terri Buster said...

Cool reflections and that is a pretty neat window too!

Judy said...

That is such a lovely reflection!! Good catch!!

Randy said...

Excellent reflection.

Stephanie said...

Very cool shot of this window with its reflections.

joo said...

It's lovely!
Happy weekend to you:)

Viola said...

Gorgeous reflections, and I do like the circle! :)

namaki said...

Well done ! you have captured it !

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

I like this very much.

Crafty Green Poet said...

beautifully framed reflection!

Halcyon said...

Very pretty reflection! Ilove round windows. :)

'Tsuki said...

Reflet à l’œil de bœuf
Pour la joie du troupeau...

Bien vu !

Minkitink said...

Great reflection! Seems that I have to look around me more often ... great motivs are just in front of me.

Genie said...

When you are on the lookout, shadows can be found in the most unusual places and then are always so pretty. This one is especially nice. genie

Genie said...

When you are on the lookout, shadows can be found in the most unusual places and then are always so pretty. This one is especially nice. genie

Genie said...

When you are on the lookout, shadows can be found in the most unusual places and then are always so pretty. This one is especially nice. genie

Genie said...

When you are on the lookout, shadows can be found in the most unusual places and then are always so pretty. This one is especially nice. genie

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