Saturday, May 1, 2010

Reflections of downtown

14 comments:

magiceye said...

beautifully composed and shot! love that bike in the corner too!

tapirgal said...

Don't you love those street lights? I do. They remind me of the ones in the town where I grew up, although most of the good stuff is gone now. Is that the library?

VP said...

magiceye is right, that bike is a clever touch in a perfect picture of a very nice place.

Small City Scenes said...

Nice shot and reflection too. Love the bike in the corner as Magiceye already said. MB

anjoe playhouse said...

Just as yesterday it's some splendid reflections ;-)

cieldequimper said...

That's me on the bike (I wish...) Wonderfully framed shot!

Sashindoubutsu said...

Maybe they focused much on the main statue and overlooked the other details. Thanks Jacob!

The middle lamp post in this photo seems to stand out. I appreciate the vertical lines created by the lamp posts, the trees, the other posts, the street sign, the windows. Not mentioning the reflections on the window making you see the other side.

I'm a lover of good art. And your photography counts as one.

EG Wow said...

Interesting windows in this building, Jacob: a huge expanse of windows on the second floor, large windows on the first, and tall skinny ones on the right. It makes me wonder what this building is used for.

brattcat said...

Beautiful building. Is it a library?

Halcyon said...

Cool reflection. I like window shots.

B SQUARED said...

Seems like there is a nice tree canopy. Makes the urban experience much better.

Paula said...

I like this style of street lamps too. In fact, the globe is identical to the one right outside my window. I wonder if the style has a specific name.

Los Angeles Suburbia said...

This is a lovely capture, well composed, with nice reflections. Love the lights.

Kcalpesh said...

I loved this composition as you've included so many interesting elements like the reflecting mirror the lamp biker the trees... so much to view :-)


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