Friday, June 25, 2010

Weekend Reflections / Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center at Midnight - Los Angeles, California USA

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This is Good Samaritan Medical Center which is next door to the Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles, California USA.
I took this from the 11th floor window of my room at the hotel next to the hospital while my husband was there for a few days a week ago.
He is home now and all is well.
I had some fun getting the light trails of cars and buses as they traveled up and down the street, making turns into the hospital driveway or into the parking structure across the street.

21 comments:

James said...

I'm glad your husband is well! This is a very cool shot! I really like night photos but I hardly ever take them myself. This is inspiring.

Malyss said...

There are not so much night pictures . yours is marvellous! Knowing that your husband is well makes it even better!

michael said...

Wow!. I love night photography. The reflection is just a bonus.

Sylvia K said...

So glad your husband is doing well, Carolyn! That does make this a good day! And this is a fantastic reflection! Love the night shot and all the lights! Awesome! Hope you both have a great weekend!

Sylvia

Thom said...

I'm so glad to hear that your husband is doing well my friend. :) That's good news and the reflection is just spectacular. It's so hard for me to do a night show and this is wonderful.

Cezar and Léia said...

Hello sweet friend,
Glad to know your husband is feeling better.I'm sending him good energies!
This picture is magnificent!I asked mommy to enlarged it and it's fabulous, I love city night lights!
You are so talented!
purrs and always love
your friend
Luna - We love Luna and mommy Léia ( Bonjour Luxembourg )

Regina said...

Fantastic reflections and captures Carolyn.
Glad your husband is doing fine.
Happy weekend reflections.

" Regina "

jabblog said...

Fabulous reflections! You made good use of your time at perhaps a difficult time. Good to know your husband is home and well now.

Pat said...

Happy to hear that your husband is doing okay. This is such a cool shot! I love the night reflections in the mirrored windows of the hospital and the trail lights of the cars. Excellent lighting on a difficult shot!

Rebecca said...

Night time reflections are the best

JOE TODD said...

Good to hear all is well. The photo is just plain fun to look at and examine

Dianne said...

your photo looks like the opening scene of a TV show

I'm so glad your husband is well

Carletta said...

Great news that your husband is doing well!
Love this night scene. Amazing the light trails you captured from so high up.
I had to smile at Dianne's comment. She's on target about the TV show. A medical show would be on target. :)

jennyfreckles said...

Nothing like a bit of photography to take your mind off a worry! And you got a great image from the experiments. Very glad your husband is home and improving.

Spiderdama said...

I`m so glad to hear that your husband is doing well.
Your picture is so great, wonderful reflection, light and color.
Wish you and your family a blessed weekend:-) Hugs from Tania

Woody said...

Glad to hear your husband is home and doing well. Beautiful shot - I love the light trails from the cars.

Serendipity said...

Great reflection shot - and I'm glad your husband is getting better.

EG Wow said...

Very cool shot! I see you used your time well. :) I;m glad all is now well with your husband.

awarewriter said...

Excellent presentation of the lights and the night -- nobody ever rests in that city.

Ann said...

glad your husband is well and back at home. I bet you met a lot of good samaritans in that hotel. I once benefited that too.

I just did a post on a Woman who is doing a job that most people would not do, she made coffins, clothing for babies who had died.

http://annkschin.blogspot.com/2010/06/good-sorts-joan-curie.html

michael bird said...

Nice to have a camera handy. The photo is very neat - does make me wonder about all the lights in the world not to mention the reflected lights.