"in the UK a bonnet is a car hood, always thought it sounded better."I LOVE that! And I agree!Awesome shot, Dianne. It's so crisp and clean!Reminds me of my fathers white Cadillac!Have a great Friday, dear lady!X
Nothing wrong with your memory, it is indeed a bonnet. And the back (trunk?) is the boot.Have a lovely weekend x
I thought that was a Cadillac emblem! It makes a good reflection!
What a great reflection for the day and, yep, your memory is just fine! Hope you have a great weekend, Dianne! Hugs for Hope!Sylvia
What ever it is, the reflection is great!
Cool reflection, Dianne. I think you are right that the hood is a bonnet and the trunk is a boot. :)
From a Cadillac, they have some cool vehicles!!
Very classy hood (bonnet) ornament, with a lovely reflection.— KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
Shiny! A terrific reflection.
Oh! this is a very classy reflection on a very classy car!"Adelaide and Beyond"
Bonjour dear friend,This is an amazing capture, the sign reflected is perfect and very charming! :)Have a wonderful weekend,purrs and loveLuna - WE LOVE LUNA and hugs from my mommy Léia
Now that is a nice capture!
That is just lovely bonnet!
That's right and usually the Americans find that very funny, lol !
Great reflection and yes us Brits call it a bonnet. :0) I've lived so long in the US now that I can't even remember what's British and what's American most of the time.
That is a really cool reflection! I'm going to keep my eyes open for similar ones. :)
Love the car emblem reflection shot. Great eye to catch that. Thanks for sharing!
Good eye, good catch .. I am so not a car person, is this a Caddy?
NIce bonnet! I kept a list of all of the terms that were different when we were in London -- and like you I always thought they sounded better than the American English version!
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