Friday, April 12, 2019

Mona Lisa's Escape (Weekend Reflections # 498)

Rome, Italy

One day while walking through a narrow street in Rome, I looked into the workshop of master violin maker, Michel Eggimann.  The shop was closed and the latticed window was broken, but I did see a poster of Mona Lisa holding a violin. I also saw the reflection of a doorway across the street. It almost seems like the poster hanging inside the workshop is attached to the reflected door from across the street.  :o)  
The Mona Lisa poster is not a reflection. 
The doorway and wall are reflected. 
Happy reflecting!

14 comments:

Kenneth Cole Schneider said...

Very imaginative and artful!

Taken For Granted said...

Reflections often put together unique subjects, and your photo is a great example. Like your title. Have a good weekend, James.

marsha said...

great layers!

kwarkito said...

magnifique reflet agrémenté de cet éclat dans la vitre. Il y a plein d'histoires à imaginer depuis cette simple photo. Bon weekend

junieper2/jesh StG said...

What a great find, James!

Klara said...

I agree with kwarkito - lot of stories to imagine.

JP A Quiet Corner said...

Now this one is really amazing. Imagine what a difficult puzzle that would make...:)JP

Jackie McGuinness said...

So very cool!

Jim said...

Really a neat one in the making, James. Too bad the place wasn't open. I need to go someplace with a lot of reflections, won't be toward the end of the year. Rome would be okay, been there once and a gypsy by the Coliseum tried to strip my jewelry and run. She got nothing.
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Linda said...

Love it! Thanks for hosting.

merlecolibri said...

ah ! cette chère Mona Lisa, hier j'en parlais et voilà qu'elle se tient ce matin sur mon écran grâce à cette image d'une vitrine d'un luthier.
merci & bon weekend :)

Penelope Puddlisms said...

I saw the original and was brought to tears. Mona looks grand no matter what the circumstances. :)

Jutta Kupke said...

Such a great reflection.
Cool shot !
Greetings from Germany

Thérèse said...

Pas mal du tout. Il faut démêler ce qui se passe sur la photo et l'ensemble est bien intéressant.