Friday, January 17, 2014

An Old House (Weekend Reflections # 225)

Langhorne, Pennsylvania

I  almost walked right into this reflection. The white house in the reflection is called The Joseph Richardson House and it was built in 1738. It is reflected in the door of the Langhorne Coffee House which is also in an 18th century building.

Have a great weekend!

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33 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

love how you framed this!

Alexa said...

Love this. Langhorne must be a pretty town.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Nice one James..I can't tell you how many times I've nearly walked into a reflection :)

Malyss said...

Self-portrait as a shadow?..
I love to see the white snow under the bright blue sky! That's so pretty!This reflection is very clear and perfect!

'Tsuki said...

Le lettrage est très original, et très esthétique, et le reflet de cette maison s'y superposant et étonnant !

Lew said...
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Lew said...

Super reflection! As said above, I love the white house set off by the blue sky!

Laura said...

love the way this is framed in the window James!

Valerie said...

Very cute framing, like a postcard.

Viera said...

The photo is fabulous framing in the door of the Langhorne Coffee House...Lovely shot...

TheChieftess said...

I like this one James!!! I like how you framed the house and the window!!!

Ileana said...

Looks like a painting.:) Very nice!

Bev said...

Beautiful ...I love the old homes on the eastern side...our west...we don't have buildings that old...

Ruth Kelly said...

Lovely old home.

jeannettestgermain said...

How masterfully captured, James!

Victoria said...

Une maison pleine de charme, où il doit faire bon boire un café !
bon week end !

Ava
http://monbeaumanoir.wordpress.com/2014/01/17/weekend-reflections-friday-evening/

Andrea said...

I love old houses and expecially in old communities. I would love to visit this town. Your well framed picture sets off this home and captures the beautiful day as well. Very nice James ...

Andrea @ From The Sol

Jim said...

Wonderful.

cieldequimper said...

Perfectly framed :-), perfect sky, perfect flag, perfect self-portrait (well almost!) and beautiful house.

Stickup Artist said...

I am sooo jealous. We are having a winter out here that makes you think it's summertime. I often totally forget it's January! It's just plain weird. Anyway, it's pretty awesome how the border on the signage frames that gorgeous historical house. You seem especially inspired lately. Lucky you!

Jack said...

Excellent reflection photo. You found a nice, classic white house to reflect and placed it perfectly in the door's frame. Well done, James.

Louis la Vache said...

«Louis» would like to try the coffee in that historic coffee house! :-)

You get some really amazing shots, James!

Small City Scenes said...

A very cool shot. It looks so proper until you see the numbers and letters are reading right---you know what I mean. LOL

MB

Jutta.K said...

Was für ein schönes haus und was für eine tolle Spiegelung.
Diese Aufnahme finde ich besonders ansprechend.
Liebe Grüße
Jutta

Christineeeee said...

Vieilles maisons à l'honneur cette semaine... et leurs reflets de l'histoire !

Biseeeeeeeeeeeees de Christineeeee

Karl Demetz said...

This is a wonderful reflection, James!

biebkriebels said...

Nice reflection James.

Tanya Breese said...

great reflection, i love it!

Norma Ruttan said...

oh, I'd love to live there! I've never ever seen a house this old. I like seeing Old Glory waving in the corner.

retriever said...

Lovely house, greeting from Belgium

EG CameraGirl said...

It's amazing how well you framed this.

McdsM said...

' C'est dans les vieilles maisons que l'on fait les meilleures photos'.
This sentence is a re-creation from a french quotation: ' C'est dans les vieux pots qu'on trouve les meilleures soupes ! '
Biz

A Quiet Corner said...

Fits perfectly in the frame!..:)JP