A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida (Naples) and southwest Connecticut (Ridgefield) and New England and other places he goes.
Hi Jack, this is a very good result, wonderful for today's reflections theme, congratulations!
I would say you have bounced this image perfectly Jack!
Very attractive shot : the eyes are obliged to look for what they're seeing!
i like this one, too. i shot a reflection in one of those blind-spot mirrors on a pole (what are those things called?) the other day and found the effect fascinating.
A perfect reflection and so creative! I really like this one. :)PS: Computer troubles solved! Whew!!!
Cool! I like the lines of the buildings, very interesting Jack.
What a great reflection!
Your reflections are always so wonderful, Jack!
I like the contrast between the new buildings and the old building (maybe a church) in the lower right hand corner. Very nice!
Superb! One of the most interesting reflections I've seen!
I do love your "wavey/rippling" reflection, Jack! Does make the parking garage look a little unstable! Are you sure you want to park there? Terrific capture as always! Hope you have a great weekend!Sylvia
I like how the floors on the parking garage ripple. Fun shot!
OOh this makes me swoon. Love it from a mile away.
Pretty cool I must say. I love reflections in cars!
Not only should you like it but you should also be proud of you shot. Well done!
Oh now that's a great shot. I've never tried this. You've inspired me to give it a go. Very cool.V
Cook one, Jack!
I like it! Great wavy reflection of the parking garage.
Very clever! I must admit I do not look at car windows for photo opps. Perhaps that will change...
Hi Jack, as I saw your photo yesterday, I had to laugh, now you know why...
This is almost a work of art...
The crooked lines of the reflection are so interesting!God bless you!Cezar
Fantastic! Well done, Jack.
Jack, this is a really cool use of the reflection - it blends in, yet it doesn't - nicely done!
Very nice reflection! It's very neat!
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