Friday, March 4, 2011

Weekend Reflections: Gable

I think the late afternoon winter sun bouncing off the gable and window of a Tudor-influenced house is nice.

For other photos of reflections, go see Newtown Area Photo.

28 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

The afternoon in winter is pure romance in the air!
How adorable is this picture, this facade, this window!
Léia

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

Quite beautiful, Jack. Is this Friday? Aha! That's why the reflection. I can't seem to do that...hold my reflections 'til Friday. Must be getting old(er).

Kate said...

At this time of year, the sun is always welcome! The snow and icicles are still there, tho. Sun, do your work!!

Karl said...

Hi Jack, you are thinking right, this picture reflect a very nice atmosphere just right for the weekend :)

RedPat said...

Nice one! I like the shadows too!

Sunny said...

I agree...very nice!
☼ Sunny

Nefertiti said...

tres reussie bravo !

Sylvia K said...

Lovely looking house and I love the shadows! Terrific reflections for the day, Jack! Have a wonderful weekend!

Sylvia

Malyss said...

Winter light has always a special quality, very soft.I like it very much!

Pat Tillett said...

very nice! Not only a great reflection, but a great window!

Sharon said...

Oh I do love a tudor house!

SRQ said...

This house appears quite agreeable, except....what are those long dagger-like objects hanging from the eaves? ICICLES?????

James said...

It looks like a beautiful house. Great shot!

Meri said...

They sparkle like diamonds. I love windows like that, though they're probably a pain to clean.

Lois said...

I think so too!

jeannette said...

These windows are a real treasure!

joo said...

It's lovely Jack! I agree with Meri, by the way:)

cieldequimper said...

It certainly is. Now you have transported me back to Elisabethan times.

Re. the lying statues: you might want to look up recumbent statues. They always lie, mostly because they are usually above tombs. In the case of the two I posted today, not tombs: the duke and archduchess' remains are in Bruges, Belgium (at the time, belonging to Burgundy).

Genie said...

This is one cool shot...different and so interesting. Reflections are so fascinating...just another work of nature. The Tudor style of architecture is a favorite of mine. Lovely shot.

jennyfreckles said...

Looks like a gingerbread house. Interesting to have brown beams too, so often they are black and heavy looking.

Farmchick said...

That window is gorgeous. BTW, thank for the compliment on my selection of music on my player. My husband often pokes fun at me for all of the oldies I love!

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Well, I could "ditto" the other Genie, but let me point out the picture-perfect icicles... I do love this style.

Bises,
Genie

Randy said...

Not really my style but I do like the windows.

DawnTreader said...

That's a really lovely gable and window!

Halcyon said...

It's more than nice! I love this kind of building (check out my travel blog from this past week) and the reflection on the window makes it even better!

Oakland Daily Photo said...

A romantic image with those golden windows.

Gine said...

Sympa et très graphique !

Gunn said...

A great image and place.