Friday, March 9, 2012

Granbury Texas (Weekend Reflections # 129)

Granbury, Texas

While I was in the Dallas/Fort Worth area last week I took a drive and ended up in a town called Granbury. This is a reflection of the Hood County Courthouse in the window of a women's clothing store.  You can see a green dress and necklace on the left and a colorful purse in the center but when I took the shot I just saw the reflections.

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39 comments:

  1. you know, i've never been to granbury (or at least i don't remember it). beautiful courthouse, though!

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  2. Double exposure with one click;)
    Well observed - again!

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  3. Those old courthouses were made to impress. Wonderful reflection!

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  4. great reflections....little towns are my favorite!

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  5. Wonderful capture/reflection for the day, James! It does look familiar as I've been there many times. My grandparents were from there! Hope you have a great week! Thanks as always for the weekend fun!

    Sylvia

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  6. I've never been there either (but I've never been to Texas . . . You sure captured a lot in this one shot, James!

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  7. Amazing interreflection!
    Thank you!

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  8. Deux mondes qui se retrouvent ... Une fois encore
    c'est la magie chez toi !

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  9. Lovely reflection! I admit, I often miss these opportunities...thanks to you, James, for reminding me to always look!

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  10. I love the colors over the court house

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  11. great reflection! thanks for hosting :)

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  12. A nice look at small town Texas. Creative reflection!

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  13. Ce batiment a une architecture tres etrange et inhabituelle( pour moi du moins!)
    Joli contraste entre le futile (les objets de mode) et l'essentiel (la cour de justice)
    Bonne fin de semaine à toi, cher James!

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  14. The court house bears resemblance to City Hall in Philly.

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  15. Granbury is cool..have friends that live there...you were in my neck of the woods...great photo...

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  16. The Court House facade is impressive.You have captured beautiful and clear reflections!
    Léia

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  17. These window reflections have become some of my favorite. They provide multiple layers and make sense and don't make sense at the same time. They skew what's what and the brain thinks it has it riddled out and then it changes again. Love it.

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  18. It's so easy to only see what caught your attention, then be surprised later! I think the dress adds a lot to the reflection.

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  19. Well it was worth you trip to Granbury just to capture this great reflection shot James! Bravo!

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  20. That's a rather funny reflection ;) !

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  21. Great reflection James - what a grand building; a blending of the new (cream brick at front) with the old (the darker stone of the clock tower at back) it seems. Happy weekend.

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  22. Grand building, James, and that colorful purse just pops right out of the photo.
    K

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  23. This is a 'fun' reflection James. Nice.

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  24. What a perfect reflection!
    Thanks for hosting.

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  25. Wow, that's a very complicated reflection! Glad you had the camera ready at hand:)

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  26. I like the mixture of colours and how the round windows of the building become the eyes of a stripy knitted creature.

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  27. When I first looked at the purse it seemed to me like a cartoon character... :)
    Great reflection!
    God bless you!
    Cezar

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  28. This is a beautiful reflection of the Hood County Courthouse. The reflection is crisp and clear. Great capture!

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  29. What a beautiful old courthouse--interesting reflection too. Have a great weekend. Mickie :)

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  30. I see reflecting eyes James.
    Love it.Eye to eye.

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  31. A wonderful reflection.

    Regards and best wishes

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  32. Love the clarity on the clock tower. Thank you for sharing and for hosting this link up. It is my first time participating.

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  33. Beautiful building - looks like a church. And I enjoyed the tantalising glimpse of the shop window too.

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  34. I love the happy accident... when you download a shot and it exposes something entirely different that what you saw at the time. Makes you wonder...

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  35. What a beautiful reflection ... which leads to reflexion !!

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  36. That is a cheerfull picture, with all those colors...

    I'll be back on next WE reflections.

    Thanks for stepping by my blog during my long absence... See you on friday !

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