Friday, December 11, 2009

Reflective Symbolism (Weekend Reflections # 12)

Look to the far right of this picture about half way up and you will see the baseball cap that I was wearing. It looks like I'm a pig and a scared cat. lol
I think that creepy clown has something to do with the way this turned out. :)

"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.

I return this weekend but I'm sure I'll have lots of pictures to process and jetlag to shake off. So It will take a some days to get back to my routine.

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

52 comments:

Sistertex said...

Wow - pretty cool photo. I see your hat..funny! Nice reflection of the other buildings in the window, not to mention what an interesting collection of things the window area itself contains.

Very nice.

Mine is already up -

http://spacialpeepol.blogspot.com/2009/12/puddle.html

Hope your trip is still going well. Have fun and stay safe.

freegal1000 said...

Love this photo! I'd love to share with you, too, but Mr. Linky says we can't until 4 p.m. Oh, well. I'll just share my Weekend Reflection here, for now...

The Smithsonian's Star Wars Reflections

Carolyn Ford said...

Very cool photo! I like the clown! He really adds some attitude...and I do see your hat, too. Great reflection shot! I hope you are having a grand time in Europe!!

Ebie said...

This is one great shot! I had to focus where you are and I see your hat!

Looking forward to lots of beautiful photos from your trip! Get a complete rest.

Ebie's Weekend Relections

Quilt Works said...

Welcome back! Looking forward to see trip photos!

Quilt Works said...

My reflections post is up as well


... Visit "Reflecting pool"

Thom said...

Welcome back. I'm looking forward to the photos of your trip. This is and awesome reflection. Well done my friend.

Malyss said...

Mr Linky does not want me yet, but my picture is posted; I'll try to come back later. I hope you're enjoying your trip in Europe, and I'm impatient to read you and see your pictures!
About the picture above, I won't choose this one for your selfportrait! a little too much creepy to me! Ü

Olivier said...

beau reflet dans la vitrine, j'aime ce clown

sunnymama said...

That is a rather creepy clown! Cool reflection :)

Martha in PA said...

Creepy clown! Great photo!

Here's my link since Mr Linky is not "open" until 4pm!
My WR and SWF

Johnny Nutcase said...
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Johnny Nutcase said...

cool shot...the clown does creep me out a bit, but that metal cat in the right is cute!
my first post for weekend reflection of a cave reflection- here

Diane AZ said...

Fascinating reflection, the clown is a bit creepy but I do like the pig and cat under the hat.

My Weekend Reflection is here

cieldequimper said...

Oooh excellent James! So much to see and you as a bonus! ;-)

ArneA said...

The link is still not open 7 pm, so here am I:
Arne A Norway

Gerald (Ackworth born) said...

I think your 4pm will be about 2am in the morning here and I'll be asleep then - it might be another 12 hours further on before I'll be able to put my link on linky so if you want to see it sooner check out http://sithenah.aminus3.com/image/2009-12-11.html

cheers everyone

cieldequimper said...

Yep, me too. Is there something wrong with the mclinky? It says we have to wait until 4 pm...

Bill ~ {The Old Fart} said...

The Clown looks like something right out of Stephen King. Great Reflection.

Maria said...

Nice reflection.

Something wrong with MckLinky?

Here is my reflection

Cezar and Léia said...

What a wonderful image, so rich in details! And, pardon me, you do look like a pig there... lol
God bless you!
Cezar

Sunny said...

A really fun shot, however that clown is quite creepy! LOL
Looking forward to your return.
Sunny :)

Julie said...

Mr Linky seems to be on PST time this weekend. I will return later. In the meantime, I am up at

http://sydney-eye.blogspot.com/2009/12/weekend-reflections-restore-renovate.html

Guy D said...

Very creative reflection shot James, you gave me some great ideas.

All the best
Guy
Regina In Pictures

Carol said...

Nice shot, James, there is alot in that image! Be back later for Mr. Linky, my reflection shot is up at photo phase

awarewriter said...

Took me a few tries to find your hat James. You needed the dark reflection to show the zany cat and the piggie. Neat shot (as always).

I've had my Weekend reflections up for a few hours now. Looks like it's 4:00 PM PST for Mcklinky today.

We do have all weekend to play.

mbkatc230 said...

Neat shot James! Love the scared cat, adore the pig. The clown, not so much! I have a totally irrational, almost pathologic fear of clowns. The only reason I clicked on this post is because it was yours lol. Hope you had a wonderful trip and can't wait to see some pictures. Kathy

maryt/theteach said...

I dunno James, I just can't see your baseball cap... I must be blind! :) But I like the rest of the reflection!

Susan at Stony River said...

It took me a while to see the hat, then I laughed out loud when I did. Have a safe journey home!

You're right about that clown...
:-O

SquirrelQueen said...

I see your hat, it does look like a scared cat. Love The other kitty and the evil looking clown.

Thérèse said...

A very fanciful shot and one can imagine a few funny stories...

Greyscale Territory said...

Incedible photo of multiple reflections! Certainly creates a new version of reality!

VioletSky said...

that clown is freaking me out. like the reflected building - and your head silhouette, though!

Icy BC said...

Great reflections, James! The display looks creepy indeed!

Serendipity said...

That clown is rather creepy!

Becky and Gary said...

This is really different James. I love it. We don't have too much sun these days, making reflections difficult to find outdoors.
B.

Pat said...

Awesome reflection! I'm not a fan of clowns - that one is pretty freaky! LOL!

storyteller said...

Nifty reflections. The clown reminds me of something out of a Stephen King novel ... not quite right ... and yes, I see your cap ;-)
Hugs and blessings,
Small Reflections

Lily Hydrangea said...

another great reflection James!
You aren't the only one who finds clowns creepy! At least this one is only mildly creepy, LOL...
Hope you are having a grand time in Europe.
: )

Gattina said...

It's such a good reflection, that I thought there was none, lol !

Reader Wil said...

Hi James! I hope you had great holiday. My reflections are about the " British Character". I like yours!

Quilldancer said...

There are so many interesting things going on in this photo I studied it for ages!

Dina said...

I looked and looked for your hat, went away a few minutes, came back, and there it was! NOW I get it. A fun picture.

Jientje said...

This picture is FUN!!

ruma2008 said...

Welcome home.

Your shadow excites my imagination.

The face which the cat was surprised at is impressive.

I look forward to an exhibition of wonderful works.

wenn said...

lovely reflection..

Halcyon said...

This is a very nice reflection. It's always hard to get the windows without getting yourself in there too! Happy weekend!!

Asta said...

Hi James,

I think the picture is great!
Tons of reflections in it....

Have a great weekend!

Best regards
Asta

Autumn Belle @ KDP said...

Hi, James,

I love the smiliing clown in the picture. It brings happiness and cheer to the festive season. What a great way to greet anyone who pass by the window.

Thank you for hosting Weekend Reflections and Happy WR to everyone!

Cheryl said...

Very nice. It took me a bit to spot your hat!

Hilda said...

What a wonderful mish-mash of a display!

Frank said...

The clown is simply unbelievable. How can a clown look so devilish and scary??

Great shot!