Friday, May 16, 2014

Reflection in a glass Ball (Weekend Reflections # 242)

Frenchtown, New Jersey

I almost missed this little reflection in a glass ball in the window of a beauty salon. If you look closley at the center of the ball you should see a brick building, cars, blue sky with wispy clouds,trees, power lines and me or at least my silhouette. The ball was part of a beauty poduct display. The bottle on the right side of this photo is labled "HEMPZ", but since I took this picture in Frenchtown I thought is was okay to crop out the H. :-)

Bon week-end!

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27 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

what a great reflection shot! :)

Dina said...

Hoho, that came out wonderfully weird!

Norma Ruttan said...

that reflection is amazing, especially since the ball is such a dark color! you keep raising the standard of reflections!

Malyss said...

Why "French"town?!
The reflection is strong and well caught! Once more, you're only appearing as an elusive ghost...:o)
I must thank you, I think you posted my pics when my computer was out of order .
Hope you're settled now?
Have a nice week-end !

Margaret Adamson said...

Great unusual reflection.

Frank said...

Nicely done James.

Andrea Priebe said...


Amazing detail for a little glass ball ... I would have missed your silhouette had you not pointed it out, but the rest was picture clear. Very cool catch, James ... Merci

Andrea @ From The Sol

Sylvia K said...

You always have the best, most unique reflections, James!! Great one as always! Hope you're ready for a lovely weekend! Enjoy!!

thirtysevenandcounting said...

What a super capture - very unique and observant!

~Lindy

Ruth Kelly said...

Amazing!

TheChieftess said...

What an unusual reflection!!!

Adrienne said...

Just great!! Really love how I can see the whole "scene" reflected in the "crystal ball"!! It was so fun, while on vacation, to be on the lookout for reflections - it's amazing how just that one thing can alter how we look at things and what we see! Bon Weekend!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Amazing! You have the best eye for a reflection James, nothing slips by you :)

monbeaumanoir said...

quelle boule très classe, avec paillettes, et plein de secrets !
Have a nice weekend !

Ava

Ileana said...

Beautiful!

Buntpapierfabrik said...

Very interesting and clear to the last detail!
Best regards from Cologne
Christine

A Quiet Corner said...

You find reflections EVERYWHERE!!!!...:)JP

Jutta.K said...

Ein tolles Foto !

cieldequimper said...

Bonjour James, coucou, c'est cool de te revoir ! Chouette reflet et très jolie boule de verre !

Melissa said...

Very cool! Especially because those metallic flecks in the ball are brick colored so it coordinates really well. As though it all swirls together to magically create the scene.

Luis Gomez said...

Beautiful James.

Terri @ Backward B Ranch said...

That's a cool shot- I probably would have missed that one.

Halcyon said...

ANother fantastic reflection. You are really so creative with these!

Faith Hope Cherrytea said...

Tres bon!
and a hapPy lonnng weekend for Canadians celebrating Queen Victoria's Birthday !

Kay L. Davies said...

Missed your deadline, James, but listed your meme on my post anyway.
We'll have no more overseas travels for a while now, I'm sure.
K

Rebecca said...

Hi James,

Would you want to participate in a post similar to this one? See the introduction to me at the bottom.
http://youllshootyoureyeout-kathy.blogspot.com/2014/05/virtually-yours.html

I would feature you and you would feature someone (or more) the following Monday.
You are supposed to answer the same questions in the post and then pay it forward to a blogger you admire. Let me know. You know, I love your work!!

'Tsuki said...

I was away those past two weeks, and I can see now that I missed great reflection picture, like this amazing glass ball...