Friday, March 21, 2014

A Mural Reflected In a window. (Weekend Reflections # 234)

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Believe it or not, the two women in the bottom middle window are a part of a large mural that was across the street. I had to walk around a little to capture this reflection, because when I stood a little to the left or right they weren't centered.

Happy Spring!!!

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  A Reflection =  An image given back by a reflecting surface. 

37 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

a great shot!!! really cool. :)

Lew said...

Nice work to get that reflected portrait! Reflections and places to stand with camera do not always cooperate.

Sylvia K said...

That is SO cool, James!! You do get the best and most different reflections ever!! Hope you have a great weekend!

orvokki said...

Fantastic shot. You had a great eye!
Have a nice weekend

Andrea said...

I'm glad you mentioned that it was a mural across the street because those are some very big ladies. This is just awesome, James. You have trained all of us to look in different places for great reflections. I love it ...

Andrea @ From The Sol

Adrienne said...

Such a great catch!! (and I love that old Philly brick!)

Alexa said...

Bravo, James—for spotting it and for capturing it!

Norma Ruttan said...

great find!

'Tsuki said...

Those curtains are so unique ! No wonder they caught your eye... What a perfect reflection to celebrate spring, thoses two smiling women !

Laura said...

That is really cool James!

Malyss said...

Tu as un oeil d'encadreur professionnel! :o)

Ruth Kelly said...

Amazing reflection!

Kay L. Davies said...

Good work, James!
K

cieldequimper said...

I literally would never have guessed this was a reflection!

Is that barbed wire?

Stickup Artist said...

Good One! Reminds me when I was living in NYC, was in a friend's apartment on the 2nd floor, and Andy Warhol's colorful silkscreen of Chairman Mao was reflected on his window, making it seem as if he were hovering in mid-air. (There was an art gallery across the street). Too bad I wasn't into photography or hip to reflections then...

chai-and-chardonnay.blogspot.com said...

Well spotted! Fascinating picture.

A Quiet Corner said...

They do appear very large in proportion to the window...but I am wondering if anyone watched you walking back and forth...LOL!!! ...:)JP

Elizabeth Eiffel said...

Well captured. The size, composition and clarity of the reflection, juxtaposed against the shape of the building and its interesting red bricks makes this particularly appealing reflection. Warm regards

Gail Dixon said...

That is one of the most perfectly reflected windows I've ever seen. How cool!!

monbeaumanoir said...

Un très beau mur, et une belle illustration.
bon week end à tous,

Ava

Valerie said...

Wow - this sure plays tricks on the eyes! Thanks for hosting, James.

Gerald (SK14) said...

what a great capture - well done for spotting it in the first instance.

Jim said...

I like that

Jutta.K said...

Unglaublich...perfekt !
LG
Jutta

s.c said...

Just one window lower and it would be the perfect one. Still very nice.

Viera said...

Fantastic shot...very well captured...

Happy Spring...

Valerie said...

Ah Very clever! At first I thought it was artwork on a roller blind.

McdsM said...

Roméo et Juliette au balcon !
Super !
Biz

Louis la Vache said...

Very, very well done, James!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

This has got to be one of the cleverest reflections I've seen, brilliant work James.

Faith Hope Cherrytea said...

Observant !
well done.. =)

Faith Hope Cherrytea said...

oh sorry once again, I linked without location - should have included [Lochabers Scotland]

Small City Scenes said...

Very clever, James. Ya did good. MB

Jo said...

James, every weekend when I visit your blog, your reflections have topped the one from the weekend before! Amazing. Greetings. Jo

aktuellabilder said...

Very nice.

Halcyon said...

Super creative! Just when I think I've seen your best work, you come up with something new. Love this one, it really made me smile.

Cranberry Morning said...

That is the coolest reflection!!