... with open eyes, and a generous heart, there is awe 'round many a corner ...
Good one, especially with the man walking and you shooting.
I predict that you'll see a man in a blue shirt to your right!
Looks like a giant eye about to blink. Fun to see you in the shot, reflecting on reflections.
I really like that Julie--a reflective self portrait!
You seem to have the same problem as I have. It's impossible to pass a mirror and not take a photo!
Hello - I have been scrolling through your interesting blog, admiring your excellent photographs and thoughtful remarks. Thank you for leaving a comment for me as I might not have discovered your blog on my own. I plan to be a regular.
wonderful reflection. & these mirrors are a great invention.
Oh I love that picture. Great shot.
Love how the mirror and one gate are in macro reflecting the full version of the opposite gate! Very clever!
Such an interesting reflection. So much to look at an work out whats what. I see you!
Really neat, creative shot. Glad no pedestrians were squished in the making! Kathy
What I like about this reflection is the subject matter of the street on one side the stone buildings on the other is something you would have been unlikely to shoot without the mirror ... and the man balancing off your own image ... very nice indeed.
Cool picture and reflection, I can see you there !Well done!Léia - Bonjour Luxembourg
Very creative shot!
Great Reflection, very unique Capture.
Very clever! I like how you used the mirrow to show the beautiful view!... Visit my contribution "Where does reality end?"
Nice composition and a bit of a self-portrait to boot.
Top shot Julie. I like the explanation that it ensures no pedestrains are 'squished'. Hee hee. I'm not familiar with this area at all. I'll have to check it out.Also, I made a slight error on the location of that sculpture in my post today. I should have said it was in the 'northwestern' corner of Sydney Park. It's the smaller hill directly behind the chimneys. You're right, the cricket pitch and grandstand are in the northeastern corner. Didn't mean to lead you astray and get you lost trying to find it. :)Sydney - City and Suburbs
Nice to see you! :-)
Great composition! I keep getting drawn back into the mirror when I look at the brickwork.
It would be very sad for us to learn you were squished just after you retired. That would be totally unjust. Totally.
Really an interesting image, Julie.Happy weekend!
I can see you .... LOLUnique shot you are very creative:-)
Lovely, I really like reflection shots. Like the tiny photographer as well.
Beautiful image with a nice view; glad you included some pedestrians too.
This is excellent, Julie. Now I need to try to capture something similar. Hmmm. I wonder where I can find one of these mirrors.
Excellent Julie, I love this!
Good shot! Squishing pedestrians is something to be avoided, and this mirror makes it easier to do. It also lets the photographer do "stealth" photography!
Oh wow! I think I see YOU i this photo. :)My link at James's blog is faulty and McLinky won't let me correct it, so here it is:Lock 31
excellent shot, very useful mirror too!
While being a student I was told that there are even straight curves, now I know about round corners - thank you.A wonderful Sunday for you.
Very cool composition. A gateway, a streetscape and a self-portrait--a very busy photo. Thanks for your kind comments at baysidelife. I'm glad you stopped by so I could find you.
Great reflection.Hi Julie, thanks for your visit. It does bother me a bit the waste of my talents. But then if no one wants them, what can I do! so I just enjoy every day that I have.
What a FUN shot for Weekend Reflections! Thanks for visiting mine at Small Reflections. I'm catching up belatedly this morning after a few busy days in the real world ;-)Hugs and blessings,
Interesting reflection , and also a funny self-portrait!
Great ~ crisp ~ clear. Many reflections, actually ~ you can see buildings in the opposite glass buildings too! I'm inspired.My first effort: Weekend Reflection ~ Mussolini's Rome
We can't seem to escape those graffiti artists anywhere these days.
I am not the best driver. Once I was almost in a collision because the other driver turned 90 degrees into my path. My husband kept saying, you should have looked into that mirror, you could have defensive driving. Guess what, I never even knew that mirror was there. After that, i always look into that mirror.
You caught that woman in camera...that's a great shot..sorry for the late visit Julie, got tied up over the weekend.
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