Friday, January 5, 2018

Sir, is that a house on your head? (Weekend Reflections #432)

Lambertville, New Jersey

I decided to mix in a little street photography with this reflection.  

Warm wishes on a very cold weekend!


22 comments:

marshaleith said...

super cool reflection. I love all the layers. Great expression on his face...and it looks like she is trying to hide!

Debbie at Travel with Intent said...

A very nice combination!

Jackie Mc Guinness said...

Very cool layout!

Very cold here too.

Christine said...

Perfect in B&W!

NatureFootstep said...

Nice job, it is fun and I like it :)

Margaret Adamson said...

Boy that man has a huge weight on his head!! nicely done. Thanks for hosting and a HAPPY NEW YEAR.

monique carnat said...

belle et heureuse année * merci pour ces "weekend reflections" !

jeannettestgermain said...

He has the right expression for your caption:) a Happy New Year to you, James!

Kenneth Cole Schneider said...

Perfect alignment!

Thérèse said...

En espérant que le ciel ne tombera pas sur ta tête... Cet homme a l'air de s'en sortir! :-)

JP A Quiet Corner said...

OMG! James, I cannot stop laughing at this...WONDERFUL!!!...:)JP

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Ha ha! Love it! Looks like that house is giving him a headache :)

Amit Agarwal said...

Amazing capture, James! Thank you:)

Lucy Corrander : Photos said...

Yes. It is. And he's holding up well. Do you know him?

s.c said...

Fantastic shot James. Indeed also very good street photography. Very much appreciated.

Molly said...

That is an absolutely cracking shot

Mollyx

Klara said...

according to his expression, one would say he has a great weight on his head.

Barbara Rogers said...

This is just my second time posting here...so we comment on your photo, not our own postings? Soooo, nothing that hasn't been said before, but it sure is amazing to combine all those reflections in one shot!

Nora said...

This is just amazing James. You win the award for the best reflections! Happy New Year to all the participants here and thanks to James for hosting us and changing the world we live in as we now look for reflections and not delete them.

Klara S said...

The house looks quite heavy...
Happy New Year,James.

Fun60 said...

How are you going to outdo that one this year?

Pat Tillett said...

I believe he does! I almost missed the lady to his left, that was hiding from the camera. Nice one James!