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Friday, June 5, 2015

Trapped in a Reflection (Weekend Reflections # 297)

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Men in the window: "Why is that strange guy taking our picture?" 

Me: "Because if there is one type of photography that I like more than reflections, it's street photography. I couldn't pass up this mixture of both."  

Well, at least that's how I imagine it would have went down if I stayed there long enough. However, when doing candid shots, I like to stop, click, then keep walking. :-)

Happy Reflecting!

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.

31 comments:

  1. this is superb...I love the look of surprise on the guy on the right!

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  2. The expression on the guy on the right is hysterical.

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  3. I'm getting braver....but I'm still not so bold as to snap a shot if I feel "caught"!! Great expressions - and love that we've got both nature and man made in the reflection. Happy Weekend!

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  4. Great capture, James! I tend to be a bit chicken in these situations—but maybe it's easier when your subjects are trapped behind glass. :~}

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  5. Great reflection and you caught the moment - cannot wait for people to pose for these shots!

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  6. ;-), very funny these surprised eyes! Have a nice weekend - Ghislan

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  7. That guy on the right has crtainly seen you!!! However it is a great reflection shot James. Thanks for hosting.

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  8. Oh that's priceless James, the expressions are too funny.. I can just see you hot footing away! Brilliant street shot!

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  9. One of a kind shot, James! Also love the old fashioned lemonade bottle in the middle:)

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  10. Did they chase you down the road? Love, love the face of the guy on the right!

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  11. With the look of the guy on your right, I'm surprised that he didn't come out with his dukes up.

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  12. This is fantastic. I can really imagine how the men are talking and wonder.

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  13. They certainly look surprised by you!

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  14. It's the hit and run that makes them wonder. In this day and age, you never know what you are capturimg. Maybe a secret meeting or a passing of money, secrets, or ... anyway, the bottom line is, you caught the perfect expressions on both of their faces. That made it all worth while.

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  15. Wonderful image James - the surprised expression makes it all the better!

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  16. Ha ha love it! I am very familiar with click and go street photography but I have never managed to combine it with such a good reflection.

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  17. It's really a great capture, James, but you may have had gotten away with something there - like hearing what the guy on the right is calling you. ;)

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  18. Love the surprised look on his face.

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  19. This is fantastic. I must say I would feel awkward if someone was taking my photo!

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  20. This is a fantastic one James. You know if it had been me, I'd have run after you to make you bin it though!!!! :-)

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  21. that´s an interesting reflection.
    Thanks for hosting :)

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  22. Ces visages sont très intéressants, comme surpris.

    bon weekend,

    Ava

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  23. the shot is really fabulous...very special moment...

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  24. Awesome! Love the surprise look on their faces.
    Betsy

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  25. Great reactions. I always try to sneak my shots, but you confront humanity head-on. The responses are well worth it!

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