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Thursday, October 20, 2011

weekend reflection: Wide windows



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This house by the beach has windows stretching across the whole wall probably to get a good view of the sea. It also provides reflection from the outside.

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16 comments:

imac said...

Nice long reflection Ann.

Many thanks for your visit and kind comments.

George said...

Although it would be nice to see the view through that window, I really like the reflections in the window which you've captured.

Marydon said...

Your capture is awesome, Ann. So love reflections & views ... truly a window person here. I have to have light surround me always.

Have a beautiful weekend ~
TTFN ~
Hugs,
Marydon

Gattina said...

Very clear reflections !!

Lois said...

They must have a wonderful view!

Ash said...

Lovely window and reflection!

Tammie Lee said...

fun reflection Ann.
you asked if we have snow in our mountains all year.... not usually, that is fresh snow in the high mountains. Getting chilly here.

Gill - That British Woman said...

great shots, thanks for popping by and commenting,

Gill in Canada

P.S. not a sports fan.....

Pearl Maple said...

Great capture Ann, it fun to get out and enjoy some sunshine inbetween the rugby games.

Kay L. Davies said...

What a great house for reflections, Ann — the sky all the way across the top, and the trees reflected in the lower windows.

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

Carletta said...

It almost looks like a mural.
Lovely Ann!

Pieces of Sunshine said...

Lovely reflections Ann.

Karen said...

Looks like a lovely day reflected in the windows.

EG Wow said...

The clouds look wonderful reflected in the windows!

TexWisGirl said...

that's a great place to catch reflections! nice shot!

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Rolly Corvin said...

Are they just well-polished or is that the natural quality of those windows? They're so heavenly, and that's why I dub that house, the "Abode of the Firmament!" You can clearly see the reflection of the sky and the trees from the windows.