Saturday, February 15, 2014

A myriad of possibilities......


Mirrorball glinting virtuously
in the sunlight
What saucy fun reflected
in your windows 
each night.....  
                                                      By moi, sorry Francis :)

The mirrorball sitting centre stage in The Pleasure Garden.. looking forward to going back for more :) Happy weekend, hope it's a good one, take care and stay safe.... click here to see more reflections from around the world.....


44 comments:

  1. That looks like a neat project to work on with those old mirrors that I don't know what to do with. It would probably entertain the chickens for hours.

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  2. Oh, it is hypnotizing indeed, Grace!! What fun, perfect shots for the day!! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!! Enjoy!!

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  3. You are just a joy! I love visiting here...your photos are great and now you are a poet too!!!

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  4. I'm so glad you posted both photos so I could see what the first one was all about. ;))

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  5. This brings back fond memories--of disco! Whenever Collin makes disparaging remarks about disco, I tell him if it weren't for disco, HE wouldn't be here!

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  6. A friend has several 'disco' balls hanging about in his garden and they reflect little flashes of sunlight all over the place. It is quite magical!

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  7. A world in pixels! And so you win the record : biggest number of reflections in one picture! :o)
    Have a nice Week-end, dear Gracie!

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  8. Wow...the mirrorball is fabulous as well as Garden... Beautiful photos... and Happy Valentine's day...

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  9. Impressionnant vraiment cette boule ;o)

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  10. I have not seen anything like it before.

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  11. Wow, I like this:)

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  12. Now of course I want one for home...

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  13. Great images Grace love those reflections, and you got mirror-ball and virtuous in the same sentence!

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  14. Amazing reflecting ball. Love the way it picks up light.

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  15. Fantastic mirror ball. Did you have pleasure in Pleasure Garden? Hope you had a wonderful Valentine Day.

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  16. That is incredible - the first image reminds me of Seurat's paintings, only more...disco-y:) Love the reflections for today...Hope you've a fun and safe weekend, Grace!

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  17. I love how the mirror ball captures the shadows

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  18. Strange that we can't see your reflection in the mirror ball.

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  19. That is a pretty odd reflection in the top photo. I didn't know what I was seeing until I saw the second photo.

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  20. I don't think I have seen one of these outside previously.

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  21. That is the biggest mirror ball I've ever seen!

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  22. Mainio Kuva-Pari...

    Hyvää Ystävänpäivää Sinulle...
    Eko
    Parempi myöhään kuin....

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  23. Awwww, 70´s - not that I really went to go dancing ;-)
    But I got some very, very cool pics of my Dad in 70´s clothes!
    Dancing.

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  24. Thats a cracking first image - I think working with sats as a post life is the best way to be!

    I need a days birding to recalibrate!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  25. What a huge mirror ball! Great photos.

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  26. A photographers dream, love that closeup.

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  27. You couldn't have found a better subject for a reflection photo! Good job Grace. At first I thought it was a painting.

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  28. Como siempre un placer pasarme por tu casa.
    Saludos.

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  29. Wow. So many reflections in one object Grace. Thanks for your kind words on my "Forever" post. Ciao J.

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  30. That is some glitterball from the disco!

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  31. You are on such an excellent ROLL!

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  32. I love your photos! among all I love to see the The Pleasure Garden. It looks fascinating though all views narrated seems interesting also.

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  33. Makes me think of one of the mirror glow spheres that I got for Christmas, except on steroids. Pretty. - Margy

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  34. Really an amazing click with good perspective best photographers

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  35. Great photos! Whenever I see a mirror ball (no matter how small or big), one word comes to mind.
    DISCO!

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