Friday, January 15, 2016

Wet Peanuts (Weekend Reflections # 329)

New York City

Last week I shared a Snoopy reflection. This week it's Charlie Brown and Sally. This is reflected on a round black table next to the Snoopy reflection table. :-)  

Only part of the table is in the photograph because that's where the reflections were. I hope this adds a little clarity for those whose eyes were fooled by last week's reflection.  

Look beyond Charlie and Sally's mouths and you will see where the table ends and the street and sidewalk begin. I couldn't fit them in the picture, but people were standing on the sidewalk looking into Macy's Christmas display windows.  

Have a great long weekend!

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This is the place to see and share reflections. Click the rules tab above for more information.  A Reflection =  An image given back by a reflecting surface.  A PHOTOGRAPH of a REFLECTION or REFLECTIONS. 

 

19 comments:

Nefertiti said...

Mignon ;o)

Debbie at Travel with Intent said...

Great fun! So clear

marshaleith said...

thanks for clearing up last week's reflection!! A great reflection.

Adrienne said...

I'm in such a nostalgic place today...and this is {yet again} bringing me all the way back to my own childhood! Love these guys.

Eva Laub said...

That's a wonderful perspective.
Have a nice weekend

LG Eva

Alexa said...

Another fun one! Enjoy your weekend.

Nicol Carm said...

Cute companions! Great reflections.

Ileana said...

:) Very nice!

Norma Ruttan said...

love these two characters! that's one shiny table!

Andrea Priebe said...

I am loving these posts with the cartoon characters ... what fun they are and must have been for you when you took them. Thanks, James ...

Andrea @ From The Sol

Fun60 said...

I did find last week's a little difficult to fathom. This is much clearer and very clever as always.

Margaret Adamson said...

this shot is really cool. Thanks for hosting James and I hope you have a lovely weekend.

jeannettestgermain said...

Cartoon figures as a reflection are one of a kind! And they happen to be my favorite cartoons. Have a great weekend, James!

RedPat said...

A super catch!

Laura said...

so much fun James!

Anita Davis said...

How fun! You always seem to find the best reflections. Have a great weekend!

A Quiet Corner said...

Now that put a smile on my face...THANK YOU!...:)JP

namaki said...

Ah The Peanuts, one of my first contact with American cartoons ...back in the sixties ;-)

Thérèse said...

Your words make me think of Shel Silverstein in "where the Sidewalk end" of course!
"It's amazing the difference
A bit of sky can make"