Friday, April 19, 2013

Schönbrunn Winter (Weekend Reflections # 186)

Vienna, Austria (Schönbrunn Palace)

The area around The Schönbrunn Palace is full of trees, walking paths and surprisingly even a few reflections.

Have a great weekend!


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34 comments:

Catherine said...

great image - very striking...

Jack said...

This is a spectacular reflection photo!

Malyss said...

Je suis autant surprise par la quantité de neige que par la beauté du reflet!
C'est beau!

TexWisGirl said...

gosh, that's fantastic! not sure if you ever did this art exercise as a kid - you took a sheet of paper, folded it in half lengthwise. then wrote your name in crayon along the crease. folded it back over, rubbed the back of the folded paper over and over, then re-opened it to get the mirrored reflection of your name - always looked like an insect of some sort to me. this reminded me of that!

'Tsuki said...

That's like that I like winter... Beautiful, snowy and...

...long passed !

I'm so happy spring is already here !!!

Have a nice week-end James.

Adrienne said...

Absolutely stunning. Would love to know what the mirrored "wall" is!! Wow!

Sylvia K said...

Awesome reflection, James, as always!! I always look forward to your reflection for the day and I'm never disappointed!! Have a wonderful weekend!

Laura said...

amazing photo James, wow!

Alexa said...

How cool is this? (No pun intended) Love it!

Rebecca said...

That is perfect and so gorgeous!

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Kay L. Davies said...

Not surprisingly, you have found the reflection, James, and it is wonderful.
K

Susan said...

I think this is one of my favorite of your reflections of all time. I have a few-night time bridge shot in Philly and a carousel image....but this is super awesome. A mind bender. I'm wondering what that wall is.

Mama Zen said...

That is just wicked cool!

Norma Ruttan said...

spectacular!

Lew said...

That is a fantastic, clear reflection! The grounds of the palace must be awesome.

Gemma Wiseman said...

These dual images look as if a wet painting has been imprinted on a blank canvas! Stunning!

Nora at Island Rambles said...

Thank you for hosting this meme for such a long time James, each one of your reflections is like art. You are the master of all reflections for sure. this one is up at the top of them all.

Valerie said...

W-O-W James - you sure come up with some fantastic reflections! This is such a spectacular image - thanks for sharing.

Jim said...

I was there a few months ago. Amazing seeing it in winter.

s.c said...

Beautiful reflection again James. Like it very much.

biebkriebels said...

Ah, Schonbrunn Palace, that is long ago I was there. Great to see it in wintertime.

Minoru Saito said...

Hi! Beautiful palace photo.
Wishing you a wonderful weekend.

Dina said...

A really cool (and cold) reflection, James! Beautiful.

Becky said...

Just awesome!!

Louis la Vache said...

Very nice, James!

Marie said...

Have a nice weekend in your palace. :-)))

Jackie/Jake said...

We were there last spring, when it was beautiful out so very interesting to see it with snow.
Stunning shot!

Victoria said...

Shönbrunn, rien que le nom fait déjà rêver ! je ne sais comment tu as pu obtenir cette réflexion, mais elle est divine, et ne nous réchauffe pas !
bon week end

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

Judy SheldonWalker said...

The reflection is so clear it is hard to distinguish the real image from the reflected one.

Arija said...

Nice on getting two for one!

McdsM said...

Aux portes de nos printemps
Ton hiver nous ravit tout de même!
Biz

biebkriebels said...

Cool picture with a great reflection!

Pat Tillett said...

Wow! This is one of my all time favorites. I need to start taking part in this again...