Sunday, November 23, 2014

160 St. Georges Terrace..



Brookfield Place reflected in 160 St. Georges Terrace. The attraction for me in this reflection is the crazy mix of old and new, shapes and colours.. the star-burst logo was an added bonus :) below the trees of Central Park reflected in the glass facade of ... Central Park! Hope that you're having a good weekend, thoughts go out to all caught up in the horrendous weather experienced in parts of the northern hemisphere these last few days, take care, stay warm and safe..

28 comments:

  1. They are both great, Grace, but the first one is magical what will all those colors and shapes...a kaleidoscope - fantastic shot!

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  2. Wow, that first photo has it all, so many colours, shapes, building reflections, letters...

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  3. Those red chairs and that wonderful reflection would have me wanting to stop for a bite to eat at that place.

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  4. Super reflections especially the first one...very quirky. We are warming up a little now in Memphis.

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  5. These are fantastic, Grace, and you are so good indeed!! Wonderful reflections and SO colorful!! It looks warm and bright and beautiful -- here today it is cold, damp and gray!! Enjoy your weekend!!

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  6. Oo! Mont Blanc. Nice fountain pens in there, I bet. :-)

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  7. The first one almost makes me dizzy there's so much to see in it (including it seems a Mont Blanc shop or ad!)

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  8. I love your reflections, Grace!

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  9. I love the reflections photos...they're usually full of surprises!

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  10. The second one is nice to look at,
    but the first one is just perfect!
    So much to look at - just love it!

    ツ Knipsa

    By the way - in my latest post there
    is a picture for you :D

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  11. I love the second photo. What a nice setting, in more ways than one.

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  12. A lot going on there - but I like it.

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  13. Great reflections and I love the red chairs.

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  14. Revrunner answered my thought: what would be inside Mont Blanc. And what kind of store would be named after a mountain? Terrific reflection!

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  15. Your first photo today is really absorbing. It bears a lot of study.

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  16. What an amazing day you captured, even especially so in your reflections! A new and improved weather update for us- the temperatures came up and my snow has all melted away!

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  17. I love reflection shots where you can't quite work out what is reflection and what is seen through the glass. And that first shot is a splendid example.

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  18. Great reflections. I really like those red chairs.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  19. Those are excellent reflections Grace, looks rather sunny overthere.

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  20. Yes, Perth is really great in mixing old and new, great shots, Grace. The first is worth being printed for sure!

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  21. I really like the reflections in the first photo. There's something magical about it!

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  22. Really magical reflection of a lovely sunny day...

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  23. Those display reflections are so cool ! I like the one with the pattern of the sun sticked on, the graphic is awesome.

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  24. Really wonderful colorful reflections. You don't know what is real and what is reflection.

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