Friday, August 29, 2014

Main Street (Weekend Reflections # 257)

Doylestown, Pennsylvania

 I know it's sometimes hard to figure out what is the reflection and what's not. Everything in this photo is reflected on a restaurant window. I'd like to go back and try this one again when the sun is in a better position so I could hopefully capture more of the blue sky. Anyway this is a reflected street scene for your viewing pleasure.

Happy Labor Day Weekend!

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

22 comments:

Malyss said...

Only a few details tell us that it's a reflection, like signs . And the car let us believe we're in England (driving on the "other side of the street" )

Adrienne said...

I've never been to Doylestown - this is a charming, inviting street scene!

Alexa said...

I like a reflection that makes me wonder. This also says 'pure summer' to me. Nice, James!mm

'Tsuki said...

It doesn't look like a window, but more like a mirror... Surprisingly neat ! But it show well that it is a reflection (I caught the same details than Malyss ^^), no problem, dear James... And it is an terrific one !

Lew said...

Nice reflection! The car makes it look like England. And the buildings are similar to the ones here.

Melissa said...

Yes, that's a pretty strong window reflection! Cute town. It looks European.

Sylvia K said...

A terrific reflection for the day as always, James!! I always look forward to your posts to see what your latest find is and I'm never disappointed! Have a great Labor Day Weekend!!

EG CameraGirl said...

Cool. The signs show us that this is a reflection for sure.

carol l mckenna said...

Wonderful reflection shot and great composition and colors!

artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

Gerald (SK14) said...

it is only the Express sign that gives away that it's a reflection

Cathy Kennedy said...

Cool shot nonetheless. I can see a bit of distraction on the edges like what one might expect to see when looking through a window. That's how I figured it out. I missed the Express sign, as pointed out by Gerald. Thanks for hosting!

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Fun60 said...

As always, an intriguing reflection.

Valerie said...

Another imaginative reflection capture James - as someone else commented, your shots never disappoint! Thank you for the treats and opportunity to share you offer us each week. May you enjoy your Labor Day celebrations.

Molly said...

This is a great shot, what really gives it away as a reflection is the words on the street sign

Mollyxxx

s.c said...

This reflection is to good. You nearly don't see it anymore.

Lúcia said...

I like when you post colourful reflections!
It seems this area has many interesting things to photograph. ;-)

A Quiet Corner said...

AMAZING!!!!...:)JP

Ruth Kelly said...

Yes, this was hard to see but it is a beauty!

jeannettestgermain said...

Have a good one!

Norma Ruttan said...

oh, wow! you continue to catch such wonderful reflections! and there's a smaller one on that beautiful blue convertible!

Su-sieee! Mac said...

If you hadn't said so, I would have never guessed that this photo is a reflection. Wonderful!
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Anita Davis said...

Beautiful clean reflection. If it wasn't for the left edge I might have thought it was just a great street scene. But it is both!