Friday, November 30, 2012

Lunch Break is Over (Weekend Reflections # 166)

Dallas, Texas

This is a reflection of the woman who was "Sittin' on top of the World" during her lunch break in Weekend Reflections # 163 and another reflection of the Fountain Place Building that I showed in Weekend Reflections # 157.

I hope you have a really great Weekend!


Please only link posts that have a photo or photos that contain a visual reflection.  Reflections can be on water,glass,metal or anything else as long as we can see the reflection.
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33 comments:

  1. That's a powerful reflection... I just love how you put it upside down it gives to reality a fantasy touch, with the texture of the water... Lunch is over, and now the quest for the trash can can start !!!

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  2. You do get the most awesome reflections, James!! Love this one -- as always!! Have a beautiful weekend! Enjoy!

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  3. Very impressive shot!
    (J'ai le dos bloqué, tu connais?...)
    je t'écris bientôt, quand ça ira un peu mieux..)

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  4. Your narcissique dreamer is very awesome too... I'm stunned as much by the tittle than by the picture itself.

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  5. pretty cool perspective! Kinda throws ya off, I like it!

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  6. It took a minute to figure it out. Well done, James.

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  7. Awesome reflections!
    Great photo-work!
    Well done!

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  8. Wonderful reflection. It looks like she's under water.

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  9. Thats a great reflection James.

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  10. joli instant de vie : ce temps de déjeuner un peu trop rapide parfois... Il faut avoir l'oeil et le bon, et tu l'as eu !

    Ava
    http://connais-toi-toi-meme.biz

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  11. Wonderful as always, James! I think it would be so cool if this woman stumbled upon your blog and saw . . . herself!

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  12. I like Your reflections very much ;)

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  13. wonderful reflection - such a fun shot

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  14. Great reflection shots from all three angles, James. As always, thanks for hosting!

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  15. Pause dejeuner
    Pause reflection!
    Et maintenant pause week-end!

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  16. All beautiful photos, today's pic and the links.

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  17. there is a nice movement in this reflection !

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  18. wow, this reflection is a powerful statement!

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  19. Wonderful! Great reflection James.

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  20. Have no reflection this week, just tell you that it's a magnificent reflection you posted!

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  21. Wow, that's pretty awesome! You have to really look at it to figure it out. I like it!

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  22. Beautiful reflection capture! I uploaded my photo in your meme for the first time. Thank you very much for sharing with you.

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  23. # 166 reflections girl was from Lublin ;-)

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  24. Wonderfully observed and taken ;-)

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  25. Your reflections always inspire me to be more creative. Have a great weekend.

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  26. I really love the geometry in this composition and how all the edges are effected by the water. I also love the soft, pale colors. I've been watching photography workshops and critiques on the web at Kelbytv.com and this is a perfect example of "lead in lines." I'd never heard that term before and you've used that technique here in a very original way.

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