Friday, October 23, 2009

window reflection

leaves still green in distorted glass window pane

Weekend Reflections

18 comments:

James said...

Picture perfect! This is nice on many level. The window itself, the reflection, the composition. All darn good.

Cezar and Léia said...

Fabulous reflection, this picture is awesome!
Happy weekend reflection
Léia - Bonjour Luxembourg

cieldequimper said...

Ah that's a lovely photo! An invitation to reflect!

mbkatc230 said...

This is really an excellent shot. Love the composition. Kathy

Thérèse said...

Could not be more straithforward! Awesome.

Crafty Green Poet said...

beautifully composed shot, lovely

Thom said...

Wow...that is just awesome. I love it. Thank you for stopping by my playground. I appreciate it :)

quilly said...

That is an incredible photo! It took me a moment to decide if I was looking out or looking in. Perfectly captured and perfectly stunning!

Carol said...

Beautiful reflection shot...and a very nice window frame..

Regina said...

Beautiful post. Amazing captures!

VioletSky said...

Thank you all for your visit and comments. I must learn to write down addresses of houses I photograph so I can find them again!
This was completely untouched and I'm pleased that even the leaves at the side match the window frame colour!

Dimple said...

Interesting reflection!
Thanks for the visit!

Rebecca said...

Oh that is a wonderful reflection. I really like it...just the window without a lot of other things going on really focuses you on the reflection.

maryt/theteach said...

Marvelous reflection in a beautiful window. Love the frame! :)

The Green Stone Woman said...

It's a very beautiful window, Violet. There must be old glass in it for it to distort the image so. How do you get those photos so large? If it's complicated, don't tell me.

WildBlack said...

Beautiful composition :)

awarewriter said...

I really like this one. Such a unique window and the reflected green complements nicely.

Vogon Poet said...

A very good reflection... perfectly framed!

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