Friday, May 4, 2012

Tumbleweeds (Weekwnd Reflections # 136)


 A reflection in a store window. I was trying to just capture a reflection of the old woman and the fountain, but this guy walked into the frame. Oh well, the more reflections the merrier. What's that? You thought I was calling these people tumbleweeds? Come on, would I do that? The sign above the woman's head says "Tumbleweeds Cocina".  :o) Actually, I feel like a tumbleweed myself. I'm hitting the road this weekend and I won't have much computer time for the next few weeks. I scheduled several Weekend Reflections posts in advance so have no fear. :o)

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30 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

i like his invisible dog (just kidding!)

Francisca said...

They're having fun... and TexWisGirl is right... where's the dog!? Enjoy being a tumbleweed, James!

Karen said...

Something has caught their attention!

Malyss said...

Un reflet riche dans lequel il y a plein de choses à découvrir!ça me rappelle Silverado, quand on demande à Paden où est le chien! :o)
Bonne route, James!Et à bientôt, d'un autre coin des Etats-Unis!

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Yes, I would say that Mister tumbleweed has one foot in the bowl and a dog on a leash! Enjoy your "tumbling," James!

Bises,
Genie

Lew said...

A photo with just the woman would have a different mood, but seem happy with the sunny day! Hope you get some camera time on your trip.

Sylvia K said...

Delightful reflections for the day, James, as always! I know you're going to be so busy for a while! Don't overdo! Take care!

Sylvia

TheChieftess said...

I see Tumbleweeds Cocina!!! It is a happy photo...I'd like to know what that darned dog is up to though!!!

Lúcia said...

It's a pity the dog dodn't want to join them!
Have a safe journey James! :)

Thérèse said...

You sure do travel like a tumbleweed. You leave as many reflections behing as the tumbleweed seeds...
Take care...

Cezar and Léia said...

They are smilling, looks like a funny time for all!Great capture!
Léia

Halcyon said...

Tumbleweeds is a good name for a cafe. I also think the invisible dog is funny!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Have a good trip James! Thank you again.... and yes, I thought for a minute that 'tumbleweeds' was maybe a new word for .... well, for a lady who looks quite a bit like me ;>). And the fellow who stepped into the frame looks a little confused, which come to think of it is also a little like me.

Dina said...

It is a fun photo!

Have a good trip, James.

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

have a great time on your travels

Beth Niquette said...

I adore that old lady--the reflection is wonderful, and that random guy is just plain cute. lol

Pat Tillett said...

Borrego Springs? It sure looks and sounds familiar.
Nice pic James. Enjoy your trip...

jeannette said...

Wonder what they sell in the Cocina Tumbleweed store....Hope your trips are good!

Gemma Wiseman said...

Like the smiles and attention on an invisible subject! Gives the reflection so much character!

Nita Davis said...

:D nice one. I can relate to feeling like a tumbleweed. Hope you find time to relax while your on the road.

namaki said...

this is a beautiful street scene !

Mama Zen said...

Fun shot!

Pat said...

Cool reflections from inside (?) of Tumbleweeds Cocina! The people both look happy and like they're enjoying themselves.

NixBlog said...

Nice reflections, James. Enjoy your time away!

Thanks for hosting...

Betty Roan said...

Very nice reflection. Silly guy, walking into your reflection.

Laurel's Quill said...

Thanks for sponsoring this great link=up, James. Love the theme. Have a great weekend. ( I also have a link that I'm trying to get started - Photo Not Included - but this week I posted from my regular blog. Need to follow you! Laurel

Marie said...

Hello James, I hope you are having a wonderful trip. A bientôt.

☆•.¸.Mildred.¸.•☆ said...

Great capture! Very nice reflections!
Thanks for sharing;o)

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Hope you are having a fabulous trip****

ps: Sorry for the double linky but Mr Linky wasn't working properly!

imac said...

Very neat James.
Have a great trip.

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