Friday, February 9, 2018

Outside Looking In,Through and Behind (Weekend Reflections #437)

Newtown, Pennsylvania

This was an empty building with open windows in the back. You can see through to the parking lot. The open windows obscured some of the reflections, mostly my smartphone's reflection. :-) Anyway, there are still plenty of reflections to see.

Happy reflecting!

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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.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

One reflection in the other, that's gigantic. Wonderful.

Greetings Eva

verfuchstundzugenäht said...

Very beautiful!

Margaret Adamson said...

yes plenty of reflections there Jmaes. Thanks for hosting and I hope you have a great weekend.

Thérèse said...

Vraiment amusant!

Anonymous said...

great layering of reflections!

Anonymous said...

As always perfect James! Thank you for hosting, and have a great weekend!

Kenneth Cole Schneider said...

I got it-- you were standing outside the empty building. At first I thought the reflection was an empty building-- but so well cared for? No way. Very interesting.

Linda said...

Oops, I clicked on the wrong photo to post. Can you delete it so I can add the correct one?

Kirsi Gembus said...

So great double reflections
Greetings
Kirsi

biebkriebels said...

Funny photo, it looks almost a projection

Gabriela S.c.h. said...

Yeah, James! A little bit stressful for the eyes but very interesting! :-)

Kind regards (I would like to know: is this an usually salutation?)
Gabi

Nora said...

oh yes there are many reflections there James, thanks so much for hosting and sharing your great reflections and even greater eye for finding them!

monique carnat said...

très intéressants ces reflets qui semblent irréels !

JP A Quiet Corner said...

This is just super...another ideal reflection!!!...:)JP

Pat Tillett said...

Very interesting! I love that old brick building across the street.