Florence, Italy (Giotto's Campanile)
This is a reflection of the bell tower at the Florence Duomo (Cathedral). The reflection is in the window of an ambulance. Last April I posted a reflection of the dome of the cathedral reflected in an ambulance that was parked next to this one. See it HERE.
I hope the ambulance drivers had good windshield wipers! :-)
Thanks for sharing your reflections and please have a wonderful weekend!
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Tres reussi,bravo et bon w end ;o)
You never stop amazing me with your creative composition and reflections!
Have a great weekend James! :)
gorgeous floaty image...
Beautiful architecture. Have a great weekend!
This is super, James! (Did you know that those ambulances belong to the Confraternity of the Misericordia, who have been helping the sick in Florence since the mid-1300s?)
you are indeed the reflection master, james. :)
I have to agree with the others, James, the reflection Master you are! Thanks as always for the inspiration!! Enjoy your weekend!
Great reflection! And a nice way to take photos of tall buildings without getting a sore neck.
Truly amazing reflection!
Super prise de vue ! On dirait un plongeoir qui donne sur une voiture... Totalement surréaliste, j'adore !
This is very nice James!
very cool! :)
I love how this sparks my imagination!
Magnificent photography ~ Wow~
Thanks for hosting ~ wishing you a great weekend.
Carol of: (A Creative Harbor) ^_^
It took me a second to grasp what I was seeing. Fabulous!
An incredible sight with the cathedral tower wedged between the two front seats in the ambulance! Love it!
Une réflection très nette, on dirait que la tour est dans la voiture !
wow, doesn't this beat all for a beautiful and confusing reflection! I'm with Lew for saving the neck to see such a tall building. One more surface I need to look. I've done it in my own, but somehow didn't think to check others' windshields. have a great weekend, James!
Awesome reflections. Again a master piece James! So real, so good.
This is a very interesting reflection.
Have a hapyy weekend (without any ambulance).
Wow, you got good mileage out of those ambulances, James! Great stuff.
We'll be in Italy soon and hope to get some good shots, too.
Looks like they have, because your reflections are so clear!
Lovely tower! So temped to go to Italy, instead of France this year!
That is a fantastic reflection in the ambulance window! Great composition.
A great reflection photo!
Thank you james, for hosting:)
What a fine shot, James!
Spectacular image, you have such clever eyes to capture beauty in your pictures, this one is wonderful!
Great one James. Nice that cars are colored with a shining paint. It gives a lot more opportunities.
This is brilliant, James!!
Thanks for hosting.
Very cool reflection!
That is a really cool reflection. Funny to think that even whilst on holiday you were thinking of reflections. i just hope you were not in the ambulance.
Very creative! Was the tower reflected in the windshield?
Such a clear, striking reflection! I love these old European buildings in your reflections...lived in Paris for 12 years, and they just bring me back!
Ma voiture est rarement si suffisamment propre qu'elle puisse attraper un reflet aussi parfait! :o)
Wow on both reflections from Florence. Not only are these some of my favorite buildings, but the reflection is real enough to make me look twice, and more. The oily-watery-floaty impression is suerb!
Excellent James... what a fabulous place for reflections... Florence
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I wish you all a great sunday!
Wow. That is a clever reflection, James! Love it!
You sure keep your eyes open for interesting reflections. - Margy
That...both...are incredible, James!!!...:)JP
Really a brilliant picture James...!
you bought a facade to take home in yr car?
Fantastic shot James.
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