Saturday, January 30, 2016

Reflections on the terrace, encore!



Two very different reflections, both on St. Georges Terrace. Above reflected in the window of a cafe the heritage listed Old Perth Boys School... and below a very tall and skinny moi, look for the black and white spots :) reflected in the glitz that is the QV1 building, with a glimpse of the Charles Perry sculpture 'Enigma' to the right. It's been a sweltering week here in Perth but it looks like we're in for a bit of relief over the next few days, maybe even a bit of rain.. hallelujah! Have a good weekend, take care and stay safe...


38 comments:

  1. It's the reflected architecture in the first shot that really stands out to me, Grace.

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  2. Nice reflections Grace. I love the red sculpture in front of the QV1 building.

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  3. WONDERFUL shots, Grace. Can we swap some of our incessant rain for a little of your sunshine, please?

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  4. Well done; now I wonder if this will post today?!

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  5. I always love the reflection shots!

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  6. "...maybe even a bit of rain.. hallelujah!"
    You poor deluded lass.

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  7. Beautiful, superb captures/reflections -- as always!! I hope you have a beautiful and superb weekend as well!! Enjoy!!

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  8. There is such a lot to see in your photos.

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  9. Well, I'll take your word for it that you're in there somewhere, Grace. :-)

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  10. Great reflections! I see you in the middle of the bottom photo. Looks like you are wearing a black and white skirt.

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  11. J'adore !
    And bravo James! I wouldn't have noticed mais tu es très classe Grace !

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  12. You are well hidden. I like the regular voluptuous you better.

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  13. I can't find you, Grace! Will keep looking.

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  14. Great job on these reflection shots. Any type of glass that will make me look tall and skinny is a friend of mine.

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  15. Lovely shots Grace, I particularly like the top one with all that visual confusion..

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  16. Stunning shots! Few drops of rain just now (smell was divine) but not enough to cool it down.

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  17. Both shots are nice Grace. I do hope you get some rain to cool things off a bit!

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  18. Lovely reflections, I like a lot the second photo.
    Have a nice weekend.

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  19. Pity we can't borrow some of your weather. Nice artwork in the second photo on the background.

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  20. Great reflections, especially in the second photo.

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  21. I send you some rain, we have enough of it! Pretty reflections, and no I couldn't find you in the second photo.

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  22. Nice reflections game! Arianna

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  23. I really like that second one!

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  24. Nice reflections, Grace. And, oh, the colors, too.
    It´s been raining all day over here, tiny, annoying drops, we call it "Niesel".

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  25. Both street view reflections are fascinating. Particularly love the curved shine of the building facade in the second photo.

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  26. What is both good and challenging in these pictures is the inside-outside, figure-ground puzzle. It takes some ocular effort to figure it out.

    19.5 here today in what is supposed to be the dead of winter. We have cause to worry.

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  27. I confess I couldn't find you! I especially like the first photo.

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  28. your reflections are superb!! So much to look at in the photos that I got lost. :)

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  29. It never ceases to amaze me how in our Australian big cities you all have the most beautiful old building, everything is pristine, and you all produce the most beautiful shadows and reflections. This is just another example of this. The ld boy’s school is a beautiful preserved building and the second one is a real eye catcher. Such a nice post.

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