Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Foil for reflection.....


Walking down through Westralia Square off St. George's Terrace at the weekend I caught this reflection of the arched windows in the passage through to the Esplanade Railway Station in the glass facade of the Quadrant building on William Street. I'm happy that I remembered to take the below shot to show both sides of the story! The 'Q' building is the perfect milieu for reflections from so many angles, will have to look for a few more next time I'm in the city. Hope that your week is going well, it's certainly going fast! Take care and stay safe.....

34 comments:

  1. Excellent images Grace! A paradise for photographers - you could make some real abstract images from this!

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  2. Wonderful photos Grace. It's like a heat haze or something melting ;-)

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  3. These are terrific, Grace!! A photographers paradise indeed! And, yes, time does fly and sometimes even when you're not having fun!!! And the older I get, the faster it flies!! Do enjoy!!!

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  4. love reflections like these .. super!

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  5. Oh Grace that first shot is incredible! What a wonderful sight!

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  6. Love the reflection! It's so squiggly... hard to know where to look. :)

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  7. The reflection looks other worldly. Appears to come from liquid time.

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  8. Really a great reflection, Grace, a very artistic shot!

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  9. Beautiful! I wish I could take shots like this...but my hands shake too much most of the time--my photos look like they were taken in an earthquake!

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  10. Oh, so amazing! I love that first stunner - it almost looks like it's shimmering before your eyes (or the gateway to another dimension:)

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  11. The first one didn't do my eyes much good! :)

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  12. I am also happy you took the second shot - that first one had my eyes watering!

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  13. I love photos like this. Great colors and fun to see a clear shot too. Super!!!!

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  14. Dazzling!



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  15. Reflections like that looks so magical, Grace!

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  16. That first shot looks like it's from a carnival fun house. Crazy effect on the eyeballs. Hope all's well.

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  17. I'm glad you included that second picture to give me an idea of where all those lines in the reflection originated. It really is a perfect reflection.

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  18. Gosh Grace now that's just truly beautiful. Like it's really alive.

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  19. Knowing my luck, I'd walk right into those windows:) So pretty and blueeee....:)

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  20. Wacky and imaginative shot. The top one reminds me of the big Picasso sculpture in downtown Chicago, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chicago_Picasso.

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  21. Great captures Grace ..... The top one looks like a piece of art-work.

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  22. Excellent images!! I love no.1 !!

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  23. Very complex reflections Grace.

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  24. I'm going to come up to Perth one day just to look for all these things you take photos of. What a great day that will be.

    Barb.

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  25. That first one just knocks my socks off! Great color and crisp reflections, beautifully framed.

    Bises,
    Genie

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  26. Fabulous reflection shot on top!

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