No earthquake damage here, just a reflection in a cracked window.
This is the top of a building, a tree, the sky and some power lines reflected in a window. All very normal; however, if you look closely, you should be able to see a crack in the window that makes the building look cracked. Can you see the crack? It starts near the top left corner, goes in a semi circle, and splits through the reflection.
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A Reflection = An
image given back by a reflecting surface. A PHOTOGRAPH of a REFLECTION or REFLECTIONS.
I now see reflections I never would have noticed before. You too, obviously!
looks cool. I like it! :)
it took me some time to figure out the whole image (without your explanation I wouldn't have been able to see the true nature of it). very interesting reflection.
Such a great reflection with that window crack!!!
A cool crack! nice clean window, too. Since there is displacement of the fragments that window-washer better watch out for a sharp edge!
Great that a flaw in the window makes it a more interesting reflection!
Your cracked window reflection is interesting... and it's funny that such a reflection is interesting... I, too, am noticing more and more reflections! :)
That's fantastic (tho sorry about the cost of repairing the window!
Oh I am glad no earthquake! I think I will start looking at cracks now! thanks for hosting.
What a freak out. ;)
Another splendid one. You have got a real talent to spot interesting reflections James. I like them.
Glad you explained the crack, thought there was an earth quake! :)
I wouldn't have known it was a reflection if you hadn't explained.
Did you crack the window?
Nice photo James!
un bon sens d'observation et de réflexions...tremblements de terre *
bel exemple de ces "reflets du vendredi" reflet,image & détails écrits :)
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