Friday, April 27, 2012

A Forest in a Parking Lot (Weekend Reflections # 135)

This parking space is reserved for the trees and the sky. At least until the rain puddle dries up.

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43 comments:

  1. Wow! If you flipped it and that white line wasn't in it, you'd never know it was a reflection. Very nice!

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  2. Beautiful reflection, James. My choice for WR is up. Stop on by!

    Have a great weekend,
    Antonette
    Jottings from Jersey

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  3. The best use of a reserved spot I can think of, great catch.

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  4. Quand on voit la taille des arbres, ça doit être une sacrée flaque d'eau!
    ça fait comme un joli tableau..

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  5. Great photo and a lovely caption!
    Upside down worlds...

    Chrissy from Manchester: a photo a day at Mancunian Wave

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  6. Very nice! I have been looking for some still water reflections but it seems the weather is always moving wherever I go!

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  7. Wow! Best puddle shot I have ever seen!

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  8. Oh yeah, well spotted, James. Lovely!

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  9. great shot! (like always!) thanks for hosting :)

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  10. That is an absolute amazing shot. Love it.

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  11. You're truly a master of great rain puddle reflections, James - getting the mostest from the leastest!

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  12. Very, very nice James! Have a great weekend.

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  13. A fantastic and creative reflection!

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  14. That's the kind of parking lot I like! With a forest of tall trees.

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  15. An impression of stars being reflected, even in daylight! Beautiful!

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  16. You're the Grand Master of the puddle reflection, James! All parking lots should look like this.

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  17. Wow, what a lovely big puddle!

    Sorry, I don't know what happened in no. 27 - thought I put in all the right info,
    but luckily I had another reflect. in the same post - no. 31

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  18. I wouldn't have imagine it was a reflexion if the picture was on another blog. Superbe !!
    Have a nice weekend
    (oh jolie cette photo !! vient juste de dire ma fille)

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  19. Absolutely gorgeous, James.
    Time to get my post up.
    K

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  20. Beautiful reflection.
    Thanks for hosting.
    Wish you a wonderful weekend.
    Mette

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  21. Love the comment/caption with the photo! And the trees look quite determined to fill their own special space!

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  22. Amazing what you can find in a puddle James...Since joining this site I've become almost obsessed with reflections ..I see them in teaspoons, shiny cars, shop windows and of course my favourite still ponds.
    Have a great weekend.

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  23. I do love your watery reflections, James, and this one is fantastic! So beautiful! Hope you have a great weekend!

    Sylvia

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  24. Great reflection, James, very beautiful!

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  25. A fantastic capture. I wish our puddles looked this good.

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  26. It's amazing this vision, seems trees in a sky with stars.

    Greetings

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  27. Lovely reflections, James.
    Thanks for hosting.

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  28. Fun seeing trees upside down. Makes no sense, unless you're a reflection hunter. Cool pic my friend.

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  29. You are the king of the reflection and this forest with its background (textured asphalt?) is a fine example. Thanks to you, I am always looking for a reflection.

    Bises,
    Genie

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  30. Oh my goodness!!! This is an absolutely spectacular photo! LOVE it! This is my first time joining Weekend Reflections... it's beyond me why I haven't participated until now! I'm adding this meme to my list of weekly photo memes!

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  31. Oh, my goodness--this just fills my eyes, James. I think this photo might be one of my all-time favorites.

    WOW!

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  32. Now that is a truly MAJESTIC reflections James, you have outdone yourself here !

    Am dropping in, sorry I've been away for a while, but life has been keeping me BUSY, but one can't forget Weekend Reflections for long... will contribute something here in a few minutes...

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  33. wow James, magnifique photo!
    Léia

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  34. Aren't puddles amazing sometimes! Well done!

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