Friday, May 23, 2014

Tate Modern Inversion (Weekend Reflections # 243)

London, England                                     

All of this is just a reflection on a wall. 
In the Tate Modern Museum there is a place to sit and look at a nice view of St. Paul's Cathedral. Here's a warning: turn right, NOT left, when you exit the elevator or you just might walk into this wall.  Sorry, that's me kneeling in the bottom right side of the picture.

I hope you have a good Memorial Day weekend!

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


29 comments:

Le regard est le médiateur des coeurs. said...

Une superbe vue pour boire un cafe tranquille,vraiment ;o)

Bon w end !

TexWisGirl said...

wow! really impressive that that is a reflection!

Malyss said...

L'immeuble à gauche montre que c'est un reflet, en vrai il est de l'autre côté. Hmmmm, un chocolat chaud à la Tate un jour de pluie, quel régal!!

Margaret Adamson said...

That's amazing. I can see why they have a sign up to turn right

Alexa said...

Excellent reflection, James—and thanks for the warning. :~} Have a great holiday weekend --

Norma Ruttan said...

as always, James, you find the most amazing reflections wherever you go! no apologies needed, you blended well into the shadows. :)

Hazel Ceej said...

It is? Wow! And oh, how I miss London!

cieldequimper said...

This one is awesome! (Note I am speaking American!)

Adrienne said...

Keep thinking 'optical illusion' ~ such a cool reflection! {and I might just be the one who walks into the wall...it could happen!} Enjoy your long weekend!

Faith Hope Cherrytea said...

great illusion !
HapPy long weekending =)

'Tsuki said...

What a cool reflection, James... And with the great bonus of your shadow in the corner !!! I like this view of St Paul Cathedral : great shot indeed.

Ileana said...

This is a beautiful reflection!
Have a nice weekend!

Viera said...

Beautiful view of St. Paul's Cathedral... really impressive...Have a nice weekend...

A Quiet Corner said...

James, what can I say? You, my friend, are incorrigible!...:)JP

Anita Davis said...

Great reflection! Had me confused for a moment.:D
Have a wonderful weekend!

Viera said...

such a beautiful and peaceful place...Wonderful shot...

Andrea Priebe said...

So, are you kneeling to take the picture or did you turn left :) ... Love your reflection as always ...

Andrea @ From the Sol

PerthDailyPhoto said...

That's the hardest part of taking a reflection shot.. not being IN the reflection shot :) nice one James!

Stickup Artist said...

Oh wow! That must be really weird if you just step off that elevator for the first time, see a room full of people, a big window with a view, and yourself!

Pat Tillett said...

That looks like a cool spot to relax for a while. At first glance, I couldn't figure out where the reflection was. It's the whole thing! Great find and photo James.

Jo said...

Oh wow, that's a brilliant reflection, James. I've been in South Africa and now back in East Africa. I'm ready to join all the memes again. I don't seem to find the link-up to this post? Greetings. Jo

Jo said...

Oh wow, that's a brilliant reflection, James. I've been in South Africa and now back in East Africa. I'm ready to join all the memes again. I don't seem to find the link-up to this post? Greetings. Jo

biebkriebels said...

Had to look twice to see the reflection thanks to your explanation.

monbeaumanoir said...

J'aime beaucoup cette ambiance presque studieuse et tranquille dans un bel endroit.

bon weekend à tous,

Ava

Halcyon said...

Fantastic reflection! If you hadn't mentioned it, I would have thought it was taken through the window. :)

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Nicol Carm said...

I like your pictures, always interesting and surprising!

Virginia said...

I love reflections where you can't tell where the reflection starts and stops. I would probably walk into this wall myself!
V

Huldra said...

Nice picture :)