Friday, June 6, 2014

Sixth Floor Windows

 Sixth floor seen from the 6th-floor garden, Southlake Hospital #1

As you can see in the windows, there'sstill some greenspace at the rear of the hospital.

  Sixth floor seen from the 6th-floor garden, Southlake Hospital #2

 In this slightly different view, the bottom windows don't appear to be flat.

 FIFTH floor seen from the 6th-floor garden, Southlake Hospital

Hmmm. As I looked over the edge down to the fifth and fourth floors, I didn't hold my point-and-shoot very straight!


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41 comments:

Carole M. said...

great views from both sides

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Nice reflections in those windows. Easier to photograph them than to clean them!

AGATA AGATUSZKA said...

Great views.Nice reflections in those windows.

Kate said...

Interesting reflections! Oh, dear! You're still hanging around the hospital? Hope that all improves soon for your family.

Jacquelineand.... said...

Great captures, I even felt a bit of vertigo when looking at the last one! Hope you and your husband will be able to put the hospital behind you very, very soon.
Thank you for the kind words on my blog, I hope you know how much I love your blog as well!

cieldequimper said...

Green... so important!

Buttons said...

Oh so pretty I wish you did not have to be there so much and do hope your husband is well and home soon. HUG B

Mersad said...

Now I'm curious where you were standing while you made these? They are really good!

Mersad
Mersad Donko Photography

Anvilcloud said...

These are paneful reflections, so to speak.

William Kendall said...

A creative use of reflections!

Roan said...

Lots of beautiful trees in those reflections.

maryaustria said...

Gorgeous reflections!

Lois said...

Nice reflection shots! I like all the different angles.

orchid Miyako said...

Wow; you are quite good at finding unique reflections♡♡♡ BEAUTIFU Lgreen on the window(^_^)v

Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

Bob Bushell said...

Brilliant photos EG.

Sandra said...

like a shining mural.. beautiful. fantastic shots

Lowell said...

Very nice reflections. And you're lucky to have such fine views. It seems most hospitals I've known have views consisting of air conditioning units and pipes and stuff like that...

Lowell said...

Very nice reflections. And you're lucky to have such fine views. It seems most hospitals I've known have views consisting of air conditioning units and pipes and stuff like that...

Malyss said...

Great reflections catch and a beautiful way to make us discover the landscape around !

TexWisGirl said...

they make great mirrors.

Small City Scenes said...

Well it's a long way down so be careful. Are the windows opened or just canted a bit?
Yes I use my potting ALL the time. I think I am done making containers so what should I do next.
Do you have another outing planned? I hope so.
MB

rainfield61 said...

Some cheering colours.

Karen S. said...

Stunning views!

RedPat said...

Great reflections in those strips of glass, EG!

Karen said...

Excellent reflections. I like the wonkiness in the last two. Is that a word...wonkiness?

llandudnopictures said...

Lots to 'reflect' upon!

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

Nice shots! Fun! :)

Everything Changes said...

Nice!

Gail Dixon said...

Wonderful reflections! Even when I think I'm holding my camera straight, I rarely do.

RuneE said...

Photos at an angle can be great fun :-)

Halcyon said...

What a pretty view!

Cloudia said...

wonderful meditation on appearances




ALOHA from Honolulu
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Terri @ Backward B Ranch said...

Neat reflections. I hope your husband is feeling well and that you can both come home soon.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Nice reflection. Take a photo a day from that view for a year. See what you end up with.

Viera said...

Very nice reflection from the 6th-floor garden... Lovely shot...

Felicia said...

these are really neat. love how it looks like stuff is chopped up.

Christa atCedarmereFarm said...

How in the world did you take these photos? I can't figure out where you were standing!

'Tsuki said...

Well... A six-floor windows looks an awfully lot like a five-floor windows... I'm so disappointed.

Just kidding : "défi relevé", as we say in French. Somtimes, the most perfect reflections are right before our nose, in our day to day routine, and we are always surprise when we catch them at last...

Ruth Kelly said...

The 5th floor angle gives such a different look. Well done!

Lisa Gordon said...

You captured some really wonderful reflections!

edenhills said...

Great reflections. I do hope your hubby is doing better.

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