Friday, May 18, 2012

Dividing Lines (Weekend Reflections # 138)

(I'm still on a blogging break but I might be able to stop by and say hello every once in awhile until things get back to normal in June. All is well. I'm just moving again.)

 I think the reflections on the left are on marble and the middle and right are on glass.

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23 comments:

  1. Very cool, James! Mine's up too!

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  2. So nice, this whole photo!
    Isn't it great when marble reflects?

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  3. Ah, a polyptych! I knew the word triptych, but had to go look up what a multipaneled painting was called... so I learned something/ Fun reflection, James.

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  4. Reflections on marble, that's very interesting, I will pay attention to marbles too from now on. ;-)

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  5. i like this image. lines on the windows and marble and lines on the road.

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  6. In addition to being a brilliant reflection (on glass AND marble), the whole composition is a great "moment in time" image. Nice, James!

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  7. Hey Friend-
    Love this image....very cool how it is divided by the window. Also love the various street scenes you captured. Great one! I say that like it's a surprise. D'oh-I always love your images. Happy weekend.

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  8. Beautiful and different reflections with the different textures! Hope all is going well, James, have a great weekend!

    Sylvia

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  9. Parfait et toujours aussi pertinent !

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  10. interesting contrasts James. Good luck with your move.

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  11. Love how each image is segmented but each element contributes to the whole scene! Like a diorama!

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  12. hummm... is he pointing at something or taking a left turn ? Great shot !

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  13. A wonderful mix of images James, cleverly captured. I echo Gemma's comments. Thanks for sharing and continuing to host this site, notwithstanding your being on the go a lot. Happy weekend and safe travels.

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  14. The mix makes the picture quite interesting!

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  15. Very cool reflections! Having the separators there makes for interesting shots!

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  16. A very interesting reflection. Great observation!

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  17. Great shot! At first it doesn't look like one! Sorry I been so quiet these last couple weeks, I’ve been really ill (now finally diagnosed with Whooping Cough even though I was immunized) and have had another very rough week.

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  18. Super shot, James. If someone told me the woman pictured on the left was me, I'd almost believe them. Scary.
    Reflections from The Great North Waste (almost) on my blog this week.
    I can empathize with you moving. We're undergoing a kitchen renovation, and even though we're not doing the cabinets ourselves, there's still an overwhelming amount of work to be done. Thought I'd better post the photos from my husband's northern trip before he decides to leave home and join a commune or a right-wing political party, whichever he comes across first.
    K

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  19. James have just found your blog and can't wait to join you soon. Have a great week Francesca

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  20. Its like you placed each image into its very own frame, and have a happy memorial day weekend folks. Richard

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