Friday, November 27, 2009

The Coming Storm (Weekend Reflections # 10)

The reflection of an approaching storm in an old barn window.

"Weekend Reflections" rules are simple:

1)Post a *reflection photograph that was taken by you. (*A photo that contains a reflection)

2)After I post my Weekend Reflections photo, add your name, country and link to MckLinky

3)Be sure that your link goes directly to your Weekend Reflections post.

4)Comment on other Weekend Reflections participant’s blogs.

Feel free to be creative. Remember this meme is for any type of reflection.
This meme runs Friday 11 am EST through Sunday, so feel free to link your post anytime within that time frame. Join the fun!


-I'm on Vacation in Europe and I won't be able to comment on your blogs.



48 comments:

Pacey said...

You are surely in for a storm...Have a nice weekend James and to everyone.

Malyss said...

Ho, woaw!! what agreat picture!! I love it!

I hope you're enjoying Europe! We're thinking of you!

Anya said...

I love your reflection James
its puurfect :-)

Have a nice vacation
(@^.^@)

awarewriter said...

This reflection may be the best yet James. I love the textures of the wood, the old window, the reflection itself. Excellent and this photo begs to be B&W.

Melissa B. said...

Omninous storm...beautiful capture! Thanks so much for hosting this, even while you're away...

freegal1000 said...

Your reflection is awesome. Hope your Thanksgiving was filling, both physically and spiritually!

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Carolyn Ford said...

Reflection in an old window in an old building...amazing storm approaching...Wow!

Cezar and Léia said...

This is an impressive sky!Fabulous reflections dear James!
Léia

Thom said...

And it looks like a mean one as well. Great reflection my friend. I hope you having a great time in Europe :)

mbkatc230 said...

This is fantastic! Hope you are having a wonderful time, and thanks for hosting even while you're away! Kathy

Thérèse said...

Just hoping you don't get such clouds during your stay in Europe...
Have fun!

Icy BC said...

That's a very scary storm James. Hope you're having a great time!

Luis Gomez said...

Great photograph James. I love how the storm is framed in the reflection.

maryt/theteach said...

Hope you're enjoying your vacation in Europe, James! I love your post! :)

sunnymama said...

Very ominous reflection! Beautiful too. Hope you are enjoying your vacation. :)

JPT said...

Beautifully bleak and broody.

Dina said...

The storm clouds look all the more ominous in the window panes with the peeling frames.

My big clouds are in a puddle on the airport roof.

Julie said...

Lucky chap to be on holiday in Europe!

I took a similar photograph to yours during this week: old window and woebegone surrounds. Did not have a reflection though! But I am always on the lookout.

Greyscale Territory said...

This is like a wonderful piece of artwork hanging in Nature's gallery! Beautiful!

Sunny said...

James, this is one of my favorites. I absolutely love it!
Sunny :)

Ms. Fiddlesticks said...

That is one terrific picture of reflections. I love it.
DF

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

ominous reflections - the storms have arrived here with a vengeance

Diane AZ said...

Beautiful stormy clouds reflection, goes perfectly with the rustic barn.

Reader Wil said...

What a great photo, James! I hope you are having a great time.

Quilt Works said...

Wonderful image - I love window reflections and this one is done so well!


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Becky and Gary said...

This is really a cool reflection, and even a bit spooky!
Becky

Terri said...

I love this photo - it is gorgeous!

cieldequimper said...

Fabulous! I hope you're having a wonderful time!

moorebloglife said...

Great reflection, wonderful window the colors are great together.

Marka said...

I really like how the image tends toward monochromatic, and yet the window is bordered with color.

storyteller said...

Nifty capture! I sure wish we'd get some rain here in Southern California! I'm ready for some stormy weather ... seriously!
Hugs and blessings,
Small Reflections

Pam said...

Hi James and Vicki,
Have a wonderful time on your tour.
Be well, be happy :)

hip chick said...

Oh I love this one.

ruma2008 said...

Thank you for your always showing me novel composition and colors.

I admire your passion.
I have learned a lot of essence from you.

Mama Zen said...

Amazing shot!

Stine in Ontario said...

Love this subtle reflection, James!

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Unseen Rajasthan said...

Fantastic and lovely shot !! GReat work !!Unseen Rajasthan

Quilldancer said...

I love the building and window frame. IT is a perfect foil for that incredible window reflection!

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Asta said...

Hi James,

Lovely composition!

I have decided to participate in your Friday reflections from January 1 (because then I will be working for myself and get more time - I hope).

I hope you and Vicki are enjoying Europe.

Have a great weekend!

Best regards
Asta

Sistertex said...

James,
Love this photo - I think your photos just get better all the time!

Hope you and yours are enjoying yourselves. Safe travels!

AB said...

Great use of colour here!

Elizabeth Gilje said...

WOW, really love this shot. Nice work!

Owen said...

Gorgeous photo James !

Hope you are having an excellent time wherever you may be in Europe... if you're around Paris, give a shout somehow, my e-mail is on my profile...

Bibi said...

Beautiful!! And enjoy yourselves in Europe; take lots of reflection shots and others!!

Halcyon said...

Beautiful reflection!

richard said...

How is the old lady Europe?

Kirigalpoththa said...

Wonderful image!

TechnoBabe said...

Wow, no wonder you have a gazillion comments, this is an awesome photo. Seriously. I got out our little digital camera and have the manual for the camera in pdf form on my desktop and the battery charger going and now I am getting ready to practice like heck but I have to say that this particular picture is like my goal, I want to be this good, ya know what I'm saying?