Saturday, 20 March 2010

Weekend Reflection - Bubbler


Located on the northern side of King Street, near the corner with Clarence Street, this bubbler shows another view of The Grace Hotel which featured on this blog last Tuesday.


A member of the Weekend Reflection community.

26 comments:

Woody said...

Very clean and shiny for something out in the public. Nice reflections.

brattcat said...

You've transformed it into a work of art.

James said...

I love it. I love the moment of discovery when I see a great reflection like this. I also like it when I see pictures yours.

P.s. I'm glad that you returned and read Kathleen's comment about the old mill. I was going to tell you about it but you beat me to it. :)

raf said...

A perfect post for Weekend Reflecions, Julie, but also an image that a Sontag flaneur might appreciate and capture.

Riet said...

This is a beautiful reflection picture.

michael bird said...

Superb, Julie. Note to myself: look for the beauty in the common things all about us.

maiaT said...

Wow, what a perfect reflection photo. Gorgeous, thanks for sharing.

Irene said...

Great reflection .... and the bubbler is so clean and shiny!

Joanne said...

Wonderful, I really like this!

Bruce Caspersonn said...

You must of spent some time cleaning it first. Got the chewing gum and Mintie wrappers out. Good work Julie.

Marka said...

I'm a fan of reflecting pools. Thanks for sharing it!

Regina said...

Nice and unique. Great reflections Julie.
Happy weekend.

J Bar said...

This bubbler is the perfect subject for Weekend Reflections.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Pat said...

Very clever entry for weekend reflections. I like the close up one the best - shows a lot of details. Very nice!

Carolyn said...

We've all done reflections in glass and water. But concave metal? Now, that's a fresh eye.

diane said...

Great reflections. I can't get over how clean it is.
One day will you tell me how to put two photos side by side. I have just changed over to the new editor and I can't seem to manipulate photos. Pretty please.

Yolanda said...

Now that is cool! It reminds me of your bowl of olives - this time a bowl of buildings! Very clever!

mbkatc230 said...

You have an incredible eye, this is wonderful! Love this set! Kathy

Stine in Ontario said...

Hey, this is great! What a fabulous eye you have. I'm also amazed that you have found a bubbler, something I haven't seen in years!

Piyush said...

Amazingly innovative and a fantastic piece of art Julie.

Julie said...

Thank you, friends. My interest was in the bubbler before I even noticed the reflection! I am working on a post about bubblers in the city - and there are so many of them and mostly in working order. This one was totally clean, no gum no wrappers, not even any leaves!

Beth Niquette said...

What a surprise! I gasped as the photo came up--then again as I realized where the reflection came from.

This photo is wonderful. Truly, it fills my eyes--which is the greatest compliment I can give.

Shelle said...

wow someones been cleaning that's the shiniest bubbler i've ever seen, great shot!

Vanessa said...

I love the reflection of the city in the bubbler in the first image. such a new way of looking at things.

Vanessa

Joan Elizabeth said...

Who would have thought to look for a reflection in a bubbler. BTW in Qld they are called water fountains not bubblers ... thought you might like this bit of trivia.

JM said...

This is brilliant, Julie!