Friday, December 14, 2012

Thanks-Giving Square Reflection (Weekend Reflections # 168)

Dallas, Texas (Thanks-Giving Square)

This is an upside down water reflection of some buildings in Dallas. Click here to see the buildings in black and white but not reflected.

Thanks you all for participating and have a wonderful 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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38 comments:

'Tsuki said...

I like upside down reflections ; yours is very creative : with those leaves flotting on the water, and the depth of the reflection support : the effect is really stunning. Nice job.

Sylvia K said...

Great reflections from the Big D today, James!! Hope you've had a good week and have an even better weekend! Enjoy!!

Carletta said...

I like the ethereal look of this James!
It reminds me of a Robin Williams movie - 'What Dreams May Come.'
Have a great weekend!

Malyss said...

Vu comme ça, l'immeuble semble presque menaçant .. et très futuriste. On trouve de ces choses, dans les flaques d'eau! :o)

imac said...

Great reflections James. I have Dancing girls reflection on my post of the header challenge.

Audrey said...

superbe photo,bravo !

Leslie D. said...

That is an amazing photo..!

TexWisGirl said...

that's great!!!

Lew said...

Great reflection with the effect of the leaves "floating" in space!

Gemma Wiseman said...

The leaves floating round the tall building create such a surreal landscape! Beautiful!

Us said...

There's a grimness about it, an end of things feeling.

Valerie said...

A great shot James - I so enjoy the imaginative reflections you share with us each week; they are a great encouragement to be more alert and creative with one's compositions.

Laura said...

wonderful contrast of nature and architecture James!

cieldequimper said...

It looks like a reflection in a puddle. Love it!

Luis Gomez said...

Wild shot James!

Norma Ruttan said...

fabulous! The leaves do look as if they are floating up!

Island Rambles Blog said...

thanks for hosting this long time meme, love the leaves and great reflections. I really like upsidedown shots.

Victoria said...

Hauts buildings et petites feuilles flottantes.
bon week end

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

namaki said...

This is a real blowmind reflection !

Mama Zen said...

What a cool shot!

firaszphotography said...

Interesting shot!

I'm up too... Have a look and say @
http://firaszphotography.wordpress.com/2012/12/15/light-at-the-end-of-the-tunnel/

Cheers : )

Gine said...

C'est exceptionnel, et j'ai aimé devoir ... réfléchir, pour savoir ce que je voyais! Bravo!

Oakland Daily Photo said...

You always do such a wonderful job with reflections. Your photos inspire us to try and be more creative. Thanks for hosting.

Ann said...

I could never have guessed, I was looking to see what is floating down.

Loredana Donovan said...

Great reflection. I like the leaves floating on the water :)

Dina said...

Such a towering building captured in one reflection.

TheChieftess said...

Interesting shot James!!!

Pat said...

At first I thought that was confetti falling down from the sky in front of the buildings! This is a delightful reflection photo.

Hilda said...

And I thought it was confetti. :)

Lúcia said...

Great photo James, the leaves give an interesting effect to the pic! ;-)

Halcyon said...

I guess those spots that look like colorful confetti are leaves? You're a wiz at creative reflection shots. This one is just another example. :)
Happy weekend!

Small City Scenes said...

I love it when an image is flipped. MB

jewaicious said...

Nice reflection, love the upside down perspective. A beauty.

Zizi Santos said...

Olá
eu não falo ingles, só português.
Minha reflexão foi social. Desculpa.
Na próxima, já sei que é um reflexo de qualquer coisa.
Gostei de ter participado. Obrigada
Zizi

A Quiet Corner said...

This is AWESOME!!!! I love it and thanks for giving me yet another idea!!!!...:)JP

Owen said...

Before long you are going to be awarded an honorary Doctorate degree in reflections...

This time it's me getting here late... but still here.

Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

Really creative!

Stickup Artist said...

Love the falling and floating leaves! Reminiscent of Monet...