Friday, May 4, 2018

Reflections of Cooler Times (Weekend Reflections # 449)

Newtown, Pennsylvania

A building with snow on the roof among other things reflected in a shop window. The little Santa was inside the shop.

Soon, I'll be moving back to California to be closer to family. Lots to do so I wont be around very much for about a month or two. I will continue to post Weekend Reflections.

Happy Reflecting
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12 comments:

MartiDIY said...

Great photo! It's hard to see which is the target object and which is the reflection.

Taken For Granted said...

James, like all the layers in your reflections photo.

Kenneth Cole Schneider said...

I suppose I am oriented now. I think the old house is set back from the street and some kind of garage is in front of it along the road. We are also planning to sell our Illinois condo and move permanently to Florida. We are feeling the same type of time pressures as we had lots of preparation to start showing the condo today. Moving is not fun any more. Good luck with your relocation!

Christine Wenger said...

So much to discover, a great shot. Have a good time with your family!

Margaret Adamson said...

funny seeing a santa in the spring. Thanks for hosting ad have a great weekend Jamees.

Lydia C. Lee said...

I like the first comment - I was going to say it's almost like the house is the focus and everything is a frame around it.

Linda said...

Neat photo! Good luck on your move.

Klara said...

interesting layering.have a great weekend.

monique carnat said...

rafraîchissant ce petit saut dans une autre saison * bon voyage !

orvokki said...

Happy Christmas… Nice to see this red man in the spring.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Good luck with the move James.. California sounds like a wonderful place to live.

Pat Tillett said...

Lots to look at in this one James. Love the old buildings there. I can see why you'll miss the old buildings, because there really isn't any out here.