Friday, August 27, 2010

Always Look Both Ways

Remember when your Mom would tell you that before crossing the street.

I was taking some shots of this building that I love ...



When I decided to look across the street ...





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WEEKEND REFLECTIONS

21 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Bonjour dear friend!
You are a great finder, these pictures are beautiful, with adorable reflections.That building is charming and I love the white stair!You have create emotion with the set of pictures, well done!
Hugs
Léia and little LUNA

Malyss said...

You love it so much that you see it everywhere! :)But this building deserves it.. great!

Sylvia K said...

You do find the best reflections, Dianne! And what a great building this is! Terrific captures as always! Have a great weekend and give Hope a hug for me!

Sylvia

Carletta said...

Two views for our pleasure!
I love the lines and patterns of the building. It has more modern lines than the surrounding buildings but it doesn't stand out as being out of place.
You prove what a good eye you have for seeing 'the photo' in each meme you do.

Naturedigital said...

Beautiful reflections.
Costas

Carolyn Ford said...

Ahhh...thank you, mom! Look what you would have missed without mom's repeated advice!

James said...

That's a great looking building and the reflections are excellent!

Kay Dennison said...

Excellent!!!!!

Cassiopeia said...

How very cool!

Well done.

EG Wow said...

You made me smile, Dianne. I'm so glad you remembered to look both ways. :)

Serendipity said...

I can see why you love that building - it's gorgeous!

Regina said...

Great reflections!

Happy weekend.

Dave said...

what a great find!

Daryl said...

Its been an exhausting weekend .. catching up now .. LOVE reflections!!!!!!

Toemailer said...

Excellent!

Rebecca said...

Cool...you are so observant!

Highton-Ridley said...

Well spotted. I've heard it said that the best aid to composition is your feet - and you're adding to that with a swivel of the waist!

Maybe you could explore framing the building to the same amount in all the reflections as you have in the original shot and present the best together as a triptych, diptych (don't know the word for 4 together - quartych??) or whatever.

It could make a nice little fine art photo essay. Just a thought :)

Lily Hydrangea said...

I love all of the building details you've captured Dianne. Nicely done!

bichonpawz said...

Love all of your reflections!!

Lucy the Cat said...

I can see why you like that building. What a fun place to look at with the stairs and the big arch. It's a good thing you looked across the street! Great reflections and all with the fun building in them.

JunieRose2005 said...

Very cool reflections, Dianne!