Friday, August 18, 2017

"Get Your Head Out of the Gutter" (Weekend Reflections # 412)

Florence, Italy

I've heard the saying as "get your mind out of the gutter" and "get your head out of the gutter". Of course no one has said either to me.  :-)
I thought about saying it to the man in the reflection as a joke but I don't speak Italian and I'm pretty sure it wouldn't translate even if I did. :-) 

Have a great Weekend!




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15 comments:

NatureFootstep said...

lol, I have a puddle reflection too, but with totally different colors :)

marshaleith said...

nicely framed reflection! I have 2 posts from this week that are reflections!

Christine said...

Sometimes it pays to have your head in the gutter! Great shot!

jeannettestgermain said...

Whoa, your photographic eye is as sharp as ever!

Klara said...

good one, nice reflection, full of textures and a man is like a framed photo.

Gentle Joy said...

I find reflections in some of the oddest places now... good photo. :)

Linda said...

I've used that expression quite a few times.

Christine said...

A great picture, the composition, the part you show, is perfect (I hope you know what I mean)

biebkriebels said...

This is a very funny puddle photo, that man adds something special to it :)

Thérèse said...

J'aurais du mal à traduire cette expression... "réveille toi enfin!" peut-être mais cela ne me semble pas assez fort.
Illustration fort bien trouvée.

Nora said...

Very funny and thanks for hosting James, cheers, Nora
Hope all is well with you.

A Quiet Corner said...

So much can be overlooked in water and glass. However, thanks to YOU, I actually look for them now, James!...:)JP

Pat Tillett said...

Great photo James! Also a funny narrative.

Margaret Adamson said...

Wel spotted James. Thanks for hosting and have a good week.

monique carnat said...

superbe et le commentaire aussi je crois comprendre... mon anglais manque de pratique!