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:

Antonette Stiebritz said...

Hi! Have a fabulous weekend, James!

'Tsuki said...

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 !!!

Sylvia K said...

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

Malyss said...

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

'Tsuki said...

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

Johnny Nutcase said...

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

Pam :) said...

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

HansHB said...

Awesome reflections!
Great photo-work!
Well done!

TexWisGirl said...

very cool!

sillarit said...

Your reflection is great!

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

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

imac said...

Thats a great reflection James.

Victoria said...

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

Alexa said...

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

Jo said...

I like Your reflections very much ;)

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

wonderful reflection - such a fun shot

raf said...

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

Thérèse said...

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

tapirgal said...

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

namaki said...

there is a nice movement in this reflection !

Norma Ruttan said...

wow, this reflection is a powerful statement!

Luis Gomez said...

Wonderful! Great reflection James.

Emille said...

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

Brian King said...

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

Minoru Saito said...

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

Fabien said...

Wow, superbe cadrage.

Lucy Corrander - M2 Photos said...

A water walker.

Catherine said...

Great optical illusion...

spicylublin said...

# 166 reflections girl was from Lublin ;-)

Chrissy Brand said...

Wonderfully observed and taken ;-)

Nita Davis said...

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

Stickup Artist said...

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.

TheChieftess said...

"Cool" shot James!!!