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:

  1. i like his invisible dog (just kidding!)

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

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  3. Something has caught their attention!

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  4. 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!

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  5. 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

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  6. 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.

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  7. 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

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

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

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

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

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

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  13. 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.

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  14. It is a fun photo!

    Have a good trip, James.

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  15. have a great time on your travels

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

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

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

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

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

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  21. this is a beautiful street scene !

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

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  23. Nice reflections, James. Enjoy your time away!

    Thanks for hosting...

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

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  25. 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

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

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  27. 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!

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  28. Very neat James.
    Have a great trip.

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  29. Id like to invite everyone to a post I've just published honoring the TV show "Big Valley", and also actor Peter Breck. Included with this post are 2 personal recipes that was sent to me by Peters wife Diane, so please stop by and say hello and share your memories of this classic TV show. Richard

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