Friday, March 7, 2014

Coffee, anyone?

Reflection in coffee shop window

If you look carefully, you might be able to see Tim's name written in white on the window.  (Tim Horton's, that is.)  I wanted to show you a reflection of a sunny beach, but this was the best reflection offered by this window.

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36 comments:

Zosia said...

I miss Timmies. This is a lovely view although, I am sure, by now you would like to see the snow gone.

Revrunner said...

Lovely. And not a bad advertisement for Timmies, either.

Buttons said...

Timmies should pay you in free coffee:) Hug B

Beth @ E. Lizard Breath Speaks said...

i love the reflection - awesome!! that is one tall tree. ( :

Judy said...

I'll take a cup. What a pretty view.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Tho I'd love a beach scene, I'll take this one. It's a gorgeous view!! And yes, I do see Ti...the 'm' is hidden somewhat.

Gorgeous tho it is!!!

William Kendall said...

It is a beautiful reflection.

Pamela Gordon said...

It is a beautiful view and reflection. Enjoy the weekend.

Kate said...

Took me awhile but I finally saw "Tim." Perhaps I need some of that coffee to wake me up. The tree is beautifully shaped isn't it, but it's got to get rid of all that snow!

Jeanne said...

A gorgeous scene to enjoy while sipping that hot JOE. Love your reflection too, and the beach can always come later!

lindaakacraftygardener said...

great reflection in the window

Karen said...

Oh, that's a gorgeous view! Would make a great Tim's commercial!

TexWisGirl said...

brrr. yes, i'll have some coffee to warm me up. :)

Judy said...

Why, yes, I think I will have a cup of coffee. Thank You!

Carver said...

Beautiful shot. I'm having a cup of coffee while looking at it.

cieldequimper said...

I don't like coffee (yeah I know I'm weird) but when I was in Québec, I loved going to Tim Horton's for a cappucino!

Second day in a row with a best of photo... I'd love this one on Christmas cards!

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John @ Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

That is a lovely scene. Nearby me we had a deli/coffee shop/mini store recently re-open after a fire at the gasoline pumps outside. They promote coming in for a coffee and bakery item by saying they have nice seating in a comfortable atmosphere where you can look out the window and watch people pump gas. "It can be quite amusing to watch."

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

Yes, it seems time for it to be warmer!!!

RedPat said...

It's a beautiful shot, EG! It took me a bit to see the Tim on the window.

Taken For Granted said...

That reflection is so vivid that I thought I was looking through the window. Well done,

Chris Rohrer said...

Yes please!

Terri @ Backward B Ranch said...

Cool reflection. I don't know what a Timmys is, but I guess it's all about coffee? Beautiful winter scene.

llandudnopictures said...

Can't beat Tim Horton's, I was a regular visitor whenever I was in St Thomas, Ont!

Gail Dixon said...

I see it. That is really neat! Enjoy. :)

Gattina said...

Looks like a Christmas tree, lol ! I can see the reflection, very nice !

Sarah~Magnolia Surprise said...

Beautiful pic -- I agree with Gattina, it looks like a Christmas tree!

Jackie Mc Guinness said...

Ahhhh Timmie's!! Sure miss it when we are on the road.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Lovely picture and I'm sure the coffee was good as well.

kelley jensen said...

what a pretty shot.

Stephanie said...

Love how the snow decorated this lovely tree and the turquoisy blue frame around the window.

Randy said...

That tree probably can't wait for warmer weather.

Jim said...

beautiful.
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'Tsuki said...

Yes, I'll have a hot beverage here with you, please... This day looks so cold, with all this snow... ;)

Fun60 said...

Ahh. A cup of hot chocolate and that view.

Roan said...

I see it! Nice shot!

edenhills said...

That is so great! It's hard to believe that's a reflection rather than looking out the window.

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