Friday, May 20, 2011

Weekend Reflections: A Wet Sampler

There was no shortage of rainy reflections this week.  Here are some.

On Fridays you can see photographs featuring reflections by clicking here to see the group hosted by James at Newtown Area Photo.  Let's hope that many of them were shot in the sunshine!


30 comments:

Regina K said...

Gloom and doom days is how I refer to these. We have plenty of our share in KC. Happy weekend in Florida!

Kate said...

Rain, rain go away...at least for a little while!

Cezar and Léia said...

Third one with the raindrops is really cool!
God bless you!
Cezar

Jacob said...

I think my eyes are watering this morning. Lots of rain up thataway, heh?

You done good, though. My fave is the first one, with the crooked stop sign. Great reflection!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

And I just heard on "Morning Joe" that there will be more rain for the East Coast next week.

JoLynne Lyon said...

Looks a lot like home, only home is 2000 miles away. If the sun isn't here and it isn't there, where is it?

Sharon said...

Oh my, looks like you could use a drying out period.

Lois said...

Nice reflections Jack! I hope the rain stops soon.

zakton said...

It wasn't a shiny day. Good that you still managed to get photographs taken.

lizziviggi said...

Those are some rainy-day pictures to be proud of-- and I'm the expert on rainy days! We must have traded weather for the week... but don't worry, I think we'll be trading back soon.

BTW, I was laughing all afternoon about your pronation quip! (I didn't know what it was, either, had to look it up!)

youth_in_asia said...

These photos do a good job of making lemonade out of lemons. Enjoy Florida!

RedPat said...

It seems that the whole eastern part of the continent has been wet over this past week. Good use of it!

Leif Hagen said...

Nice reflective photos, Jack!
"Rainy days and Mondays always get me down" - who sang that? The Carpenteurs?

Malyss said...

Good side of rain: many pictures of reflections to post on friday! :o)
Meanwhile, here, we have dryness, can you believe it?!
Have a nice week-end anyway!

Karen said...

Terrific shots! If nothing else, all the rain has provided a lot of opportuinty for great photos.

Birdman said...

I agree... STOP!

joo said...

Rain is annoying, but the photos are lovely!
Have a nice weekend:)

VP said...

My favorite kind of reflections are those on water. A week without a serious cloud could be annoying even in vacation. I don't envy your rain, but I could use some hours of cloudy sky!

cieldequimper said...

What a collection of rain in the spring. Hope you are enjoying the sunshine!

Sylvia K said...

Now that is WET weather!! Ah, but it makes for terrific reflections!! And you did catch some great ones, Jack! Makes me ashamed for whining so over our gray skies! At least we aren't drowning!! Hope things dry out for you soon! Preferably this weekend so you can enjoy some sunshine!

Sylvia

SRQ said...

Hope the wet sampler leads to a flower sampler! Nice reflections btw.

Randy said...

Great reflection series.

Sequim Daily Photo said...

That's all we've been having for too long and then the last three days it's been so sunny and nice. Hope you get some sun back. But on the bright side, it produced some good shots.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

That sure looks like a lot of rain, if only the weather could be an even spread, we need much more rain here after the driest summer in a long time

'Tsuki said...

Nice rainy reflections, Jack... The stop sign is really amazing.

Karl said...

Nice reflections Jack!
Happy holidays in Florida!

jennyfreckles said...

Even if we don't like rain it's useful - and makes for some interesting photos. It's no good being a fair-weather photographer - you gotta get out there!

Dawn said...

Well at least you're using all that rain to your advantage;) Nice reflections.

Tash said...

A new saying I've just made up..."When it rains, might as well get good shots of it." You won't believe it but we also had rain on Wednesday and Thursday. Luckily it was clear for Pat's (Yankee-in-Belgrade's) visit. She's heading back north this morning. It was really enjoyable to finally meet a long time blogger-only friend.

JM said...

Great reflection post, Jack!