Friday, May 27, 2011

Weekend Reflections: Blue

OK.  Figure this one out.  If you can.

It is Friday again, so it is time for folks who like to show their reflecting pictures to do so.  Go to Newtown Area Photo to see more of them.

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28 comments:

SRQ said...

That's one crazy reflection. Love the blue.

Dawn said...

An absolute A-MAZE-ing reflection. Favorite color.

Kate said...

Looks like a high-class and expensive apartment tower.??

joo said...

It's SUPERB! Love everything about this photo.
My arm is slowly slowly getting better, but still long way ahead!
Have a nice weekend:)

Jacob said...

It's reflecting a matching (more-or-less) building across the street, and both reflect the blue sky...and I like it a lot.

Now, wasn't that K in the museum yesterday?

Regina K said...

I always enjoy seeing the sky and clouds reflected. Happy Weekend.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

It is a curvy glass building with amazing reflections... You have good reflection resources there, Jack... Have a great holiday weekend, mon ami.

bises,
G

Cezar and Léia said...

Fantastic architecture and amazing blue in this reflection shot!
Hugs
Léia

Lynette said...

I can't figure out anything about it except that I LOVE IT! Way to go, Jack!

RedPat said...

Reminds me of an Escher painting!

zakton said...

That's a very nice shot. From this picture, I learn that you do not need to take photo of the top edges of the building to make a nice image.

Malyss said...

Very graphic! Design as well as reflections are fabulous!

texwisgirl said...

it's beautiful! and quite confusing! :)

Sylvia K said...

A piece of modern art! And a terrific capture for the day, Jack! Enjoy your day, have a great weekend!

Sylvia

Mo said...

Very cool

Crafty Green Poet said...

beautifully composed and quite confusing!

cieldequimper said...

I like what I'm getting here.

But please don't feel blue!

Lois said...

I love it!

Emille said...

Great angle of all the lines and reflections this skyscraper has -and so blue!

jennyfreckles said...

Ah, I'd have wanted to photograph that too - the optical illusion caused by the lines and reflections is really fun. Looks bizarrely like netting or something.

Nita Davis said...

Amazing shot! The reflection is amazing. I do see the reflection of the sky and an adjacent building, as seen in the gold and brown hues on the right side and the dark streaks on the corner panels. However, I think the main reflection is that of the curved corners of the very same building, spanning from top to just to the left of the curves. Would love to know the mystery of this photo.
Visiting from Weekend Reflections and now following your great blog. Have a wonderful weekend.

Sharon said...

You changed your comment setting!! I can comment again!! Yeah! I have a thing for patterns so of course I like this shot.

Greensboro Daily Photo said...

Dizzying! I love it!

Tash said...

Looks like a criss-crossing high wire act in blue.
Terrific shot.

JM said...

This is great, Jack!

EG Wow said...

Such an interesting building!

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Nice framing on this one, Jack.

Karl said...

Beautiful composition, Jack!