Friday, June 17, 2016

The Reflection Watcher (Weekend Reflections # 351)

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

This guy was looking at a reflection of Philadelphia's City Hall tower and if he turns his head to the left he will see a reflection of another building. I just noticed that the two hanging light fixtures behind the glass seem to be lighting the two reflected buildings. 

After I took this shot I walked closer and took another. Next week I'll post a photo of the "watcher" or at least his silhouette reflected with the buildings.

Happy Reflecting!

Please remember to link your specific Weekend Reflections post !  
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.

24 comments:

Adrienne said...

I love how there's a bit of a 'doubled' reflection of part of city hall. Looking forward to seeing where your lens took you next!

NatureFootstep said...

a masterpiece of reflection :) Love it!

Eva Laub said...

Hello James,
I'm looking forward to the next Reflection next week from you by becoming show the reflection of the man. So a great reflection.

Have a nice weekend.
Greetings Eva

Alexa said...

He's probably wishing he had a camera so he could capture that swell reflection. :~} Looking forward to next week's installment, James.

Debbie at Travel with Intent said...

Great capture - I like teh way you've included the viewer

marshaleith said...

Love the layers of reflections here! Looking forward to next week's reflection.

Christine said...

It's an inspiring reflection - enough to make anyone "Penn-sive"
Thanks for hosting!

monbeaumanoir.com said...

J'aime bien ces photos de grands immeubles ! beau cliché !

Have a nice weekend

Ava

Andrea Priebe said...

Maybe a new version of Rodin's "The Thinker". "The Gazer" we could call it ... you could become famous :) I have to admit the reflection is fascinating and I am guessing if I were there, I would be gazing as well. Great shot, James :)

Andrea @ From the Sol

Margaret Adamson said...

That is a brilliant reflection shot James adn I look forward to seeing the next one next week. Thanks for hositng. Have a lovely weekend.

jeannettestgermain said...

This is one of your famous clever reflections! Am glad you explained it all:) Have a great weekend finding other reflections!

Norma Ruttan said...

You do capture the most fascinating reflections. The city tower is really elegant- I'd love to see it in person.
But I wonder is the trash from tourists. If so, shame on them.

Valerie said...

I like it. He makes us as fascinated in the reflection as he is..

Melissa said...

Oh, nice! The guy is a good addition. And I like that the top and bottom are open.

Virginia said...

James, you are the master at reflections. You top yourself every week!
V

Linda said...

Great reflection! It's a shame that the sidewalk is so littered.

jahreszeitenbriefe said...

Wow... What a pic! And I'm looking forward to the next. Today morning your linky tool doesn't want to take my link ;-( : http://jahreszeitenbriefe.blogspot.de/2016/06/himmlischer-schmetterling-heavenly.html
With crazy and heavenly reflections ;-) Ghislana

monique carnat said...

a watcher and behind him another watcher ;)

Gayle atMuldoon said...

Noticing the lights when viewing the photo - those are the surprises I look forward to in this hobby.

Christine Wenger said...

Double reflection - great - I'm curious about the next picture of the reflection watcher!

biebkriebels said...

Great reflections, I agree with Christine, looking forward to the other one.

s.c said...

Great one. Like it.

Fun60 said...

Another brilliant reflection enhanced by the viewer.

McdsM said...

Sublimissime !
BIZ