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Thursday, February 10, 2011

SkyWatch Friday, Weekend Reflections / Wavy Mirrored Glass

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The glass on the side of this building is wavy and it sure collects quite an assortment of reflections!
It's a business building in Riverside, California.
February 5, 2011

36 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Oh, I do love your wavy capture! Really clever and lovely, colorful skies! Hope you have a wonderful weekend, Carolyn!

Sylvia

Spiderdama said...

Oh, thats a wonderful reflection and photo! Like you palms.
Have a happy weekend:-)

jo said...

Hiya Carolyn,
Another enigmatic picture from you. It looked so intrigueing in the thumbnail and doesn't disappoint.

Carol said...

Great photo, Carolyn! I love the look of this. Beautiful sky and reflections.

Carver said...

I love the effect of the mirrored building catching such a great assortment of colors in the sky. Wonderful shot.

Ebie said...

Great colors of the sunset! The framing and reflection in perfect composition!

Misalyn said...

Nice find! Great composition! I also like the reflections.

Have a nice weekend.

Kim, USA said...

Wow this is beautiful! And I love the reflection too. Happy Friday!
Sky Watch Friday

EG Wow said...

The reflection is wonderful, Carolyn! What a find!

Photo Cache said...

a beautiful way to skywatch. enjoy your day.

Light and Voices said...

Most folks would just walk right by this sight without even noticing the reflections. Good eye! Nicely captured.
Joyce M

James said...

Great colors and cool lines! I like the palm trees too.

Martha Z said...

I've noticed that many newer buildings use a very reflective glass. I don't think they do it for our benefit (though I'm sure the architects appreciate the effect) I think it reflects the heat as well.

lina@women's perspectives said...

I love how the sky is reflected on this wavy mirrored glass...awesome!

Carolyn, thanks for dropping by :)

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I like the mirrored buildings especially if they are set in nice landscaping. I love the palm trees and sky in your photo.

Y. Ikeda said...

Good find!!! I love this photo. You can make a post card!
Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful weekend.
Yoshi

Scott said...

Makes a very interesting montage look. Great capture with those pink and purple clouds.

Cecilia Artista said...

Wow - I´m a glassartist myself and I just love this! Great shot!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Your pictures are always gorgeous in and of themselves and also I always learn something new about LOOKING from your posts. You have a great eye!

Karen said...

What a fantastic California reflection! A beautiful composition.

Dhemz said...

nice one! the reflection is just awesome!
Please check out my Skywatch entry as well. Thanks!

forgetmenot said...

Very different--very nice photo. Don't you love Skywatch and Reflections--such fun to see pictures from all over the world.

Malyss said...

Fabulous!!

fredamans said...

Wonderful reflection! Love the pink!

http://fredamans.blogspot.com/2011/02/sky-watch-friday_10.html

Dianne said...

the colors are so lovely!

Sally in WA said...

It made for a superb reflection. :)

Meri said...

Love the colors in this!

jeannette said...

Your reflection is even enhanced because the glass is wavy -great capture! Enjoy your weekend!

'Tsuki said...

Rich compostion... The color, the wave the glass seems to follow... What is not to like about this picture ?!

Woody said...

Wow, I really like how the colors change with the panels!

Francisca said...

Cool catch, Carolyn!

eileeninmd said...

Fantastic capture, Carolyn! Love the reflections and the colors are amazing.

DawnTreader said...

I love windows like that, they always give interesting reflections. Good capture!

snowwhite said...

What a magical picture it is!!
It looks like a beautiful stained glass. I hope to visit and see this intriguing reflection someday.
I love this .
Thank you for visiting.

Ann said...

This looks like an arts student's work, folding his card a few times.

Do you visit China Town?

KaHolly said...

Incredible capture! I enjoyed it very much.