Friday, June 10, 2011

Navajo Mural (Weekend Reflections # 90)

Ya Ta Hey, New Mexico
An American Indian mural reflected in the window of a souvenir shop.

Hello everyone I moved to Newport Beach, California and I'm ready to see some reflections!

If needed, please click the link in the top right corner for Weekend Reflections instructions. Now, lets have some fun with
Weekend Reflections!

62 comments:

  1. That is so funny ! I love it James !

    I hope everything is okay with the moving, and we all hope to see you back very soon...

    :)

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  2. Very nice and wonderful reflection in the window.

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  3. What a picture!

    So you made it to California? Great, enjoy your new home.

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  4. I like the beat of your drummer. have a great weekend, and thanks for hosting.

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  5. well that's a fun reflection James!

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  6. Actually I prefer the reflection to the painting on the wall itself!

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  7. Funny, I like it!

    Any way to edit the linky? When I created the link, I got a server exception, so I tried several times. Unknown to me, it created the link 4 times :-(

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  8. I love how they look side by side!!

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  9. So nice that you are at home!
    This picture is great with such a cool reflection!
    Let's have fun now visiting our friends in blog land!
    Happy weekend
    Léia

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  10. wow! congrats on the move! hope you enjoy it!

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  11. What a crazy and fun reflection! How do you like California? Hope to see more photos from there soon :D

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  12. Love the mural and also the reflection shot.

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  13. That's sure an interesting folk art mural... with reflection! Have fun settling into a new home, James.

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  14. What an original reflection !

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  15. That an original and artistic reflection.

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  16. I really enjoy your reflections of people...or representations of people. I haven't really tried outside of my home.

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  17. The mural is wonderful! Have a good weekend:)

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  18. Good photography mixed with a sense of humor -- perfect recipe for an excellent photo James. Glad you're settled back on the left coast.

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  19. What a fun, terrific reflection for the day, James!! I love it! Hope your weekend goes well!

    Sylvia

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  20. Fun shot James. He's got short arms. BTW, thanks for your nice comment.

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  21. Hi everyone, my choice for Weekend Reflections is up. Stop on over!

    ~Antonette
    http://jottingsfromjersey.blogspot.com/2011/06/weekend-reflections-90.html

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  22. What an unforgettable painting! I've never seen anything like it. Doubled, it really makes an impact!

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  23. I tried many times , but impossible for me to register today..:((
    I'll try again later.

    Your reflection is impressive! (or is it the guy?..)

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  24. Wow...congrats on the move. Know wonder Vicki has been so quiet as well. Glad you made it safe and sound. Wonderful reflection my friend. Love that type of art Have a great weekend.

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  25. Thanks for the giggle, it made me smile.

    Hope the move went ok and wasn't too stressful.

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  26. Thank you for linking my post!
    It was so frustrating not to be there! :o)
    have a nice week-end!(Busy I guess..with new home)

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  27. Love this photo, James. New Mexico is definitely on my gotta-go-to list.
    — K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  28. Hope that your transition is going well, James... Thank you for continuing to host this wonderful Friday treat!

    Great reflection and superbe portrait!

    Bises,
    Genie

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  29. Very nice!
    Happy weekend.
    Regards.

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  30. Fantastic mural, marvelous reflection.

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  31. What a great shot! I can't help but love it being that I am a native New Mexican. (Not Native American) I also have to say that I'm a teeny bit green eyed today. I'd love to be in Northern NM again. I'd also love to visit Orange County again. My hubby grew up there and we lived there many years. *sigh* I'll just have to be content with sweet Tennessee. Enjoy the salt air for me today....oh, and a couple of fish tacos too! :)

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  32. Wonderful! Glad you made it safe and sound (and apparently had lots of fun on the way). Sorry I had to enter twice—messed up the cropping the first time. :~{

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  33. It looks like a pharaon or the sister of Nefertiti. Is very colorful and kitsch.

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  34. Great shot! Just discovered you and will love tagging along :)

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  35. A lively, unusual character that certainly captures the eye! The reflection doubles the drama beautifully!

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  36. Oh my, I dont know what happend! When I should chose a thumbnail it came up with error so I tried with another image and so on...! and now I see that every one came up!! Can you maybe remove them...I am so sorry :(

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  37. Great reflection photo. Nice and coulorful!

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  38. Love the "Indian" reflection. Good catch.

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  39. Excellant, excellant reflection. I love it!
    B

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  40. Great reflection, James. Look forward to seeing
    what your new location looks like!

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  41. A great shot, James...I find New Mexico to be an endless source of photo ops!

    Can't wait to see what reflection shots you found in the course of moving across country...:)

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  42. What a wonderful reflection! Love it!!

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  43. You had a great adventure moving James!
    I hope you & yours are enjoying your new home.
    Thanks for keeping your meme going during your move.
    : )

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  44. Love driving across the Southwest. Good capture of the experience. All the best in your new digs, James!

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  45. What a change from Pennsylvania. Welcome to California.

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  46. Good one! Mine is on a glass table top.
    Rosie

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  47. This is a fun reflection. I also like the blinds in the window...the line creating interest on the reflection's canvas. Hope all is well in your new digs.

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  48. Sorry James, there are 4 submissions of the same post because each time I clicked on the linky page on a photo, it said error. Didn't know till the fourth time that the images were submitted after all. Do delete 3 of them, please.
    Rosie

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  49. Cute capture, James! Is this on Balboa Isaland?

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  50. What a fun reflection! Have a great time in your new home and say hi to pier 14 for me, or was it 17. Haven't been their in years but sure remember the fun. :D

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  51. What a cool mural. I hope you are enjoying California.

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  52. Love the subject matter. Awesome colors and composition. :)

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  53. THAT is an extraordinary photo. It totally fills my eyes. Fascinating!

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  54. lovely quirky reflection shot - Greetings from Mexico...

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  55. Here on the recommendation of NoExcuses. Going on vacation soon...will try to remember to link up when I get back! :)

    http://www.halfpastkissintime.com/2011/06/reflections.html

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  56. It´s quite original James!
    Greetings
    Elisa

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  57. That is really good one!
    Anna :)

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