Thursday, June 24, 2010

Indoor reflections on a rainy night

19 comments:

bfarr said...

That's a cool shot. Kind of spooky.

Rose said...

Better you guys than us! We have had our share for a while...but I bet before the next month is out that we are begging for rain. That is usually how it works.

brattcat said...

Good capture.

Paula said...

Wonderful, moody shot made even more so by the mysterious apparition of Coors Light.
What's that below it? From here it looks like an athletic shoe.
;)

magiceye said...

that is a lovely perspective!

cieldequimper said...

Doesn't look like Florida! :-)

Love the inside out effect.

Small City Scenes said...

Rain??!! I am 'aghast' at the very idea.

Excellent reflection though. MB

VP said...

Funny and creative, a patch of light in the greyness outside.

Hilda said...

Looks like our weather here now. But I would never have thought of doing anything like this. Very creative!

EG Wow said...

Strange, but i think this is beautiful. I LOVE a summer rain.

B SQUARED said...

On reflection, I don't miss the Florida rain one bit.

Per Stromsjo said...

A moody shot indeed.

I'm in a reflective mood as well. Except for some documentary shots with my P&S I haven't touched a camera in a couple of weeks now.

Daryl said...

Out drinking again?

Memphis MOJO said...

I was also going to ask what the image below the Coors light sign was, but Paula beat me to it.

I'm guessing it was around 6 p.m.

Lois said...

Very nice Jacob! At least the rain is cooling things off.

Kcalpesh said...

It's rained like crazy here in Mumbai in past 3 days. The weather is cool again... Hope it just doesn't go off too soon!! Nice to see the reflection....

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Cezar and Léia said...

Summer storms over there?
God bless you!
Cezar

Virginia said...

That fooled me for a sec. Great shot!
V

Marie-Noyale said...

Such an uncommon sight ..
Looks like you have been traveling outside of Ocala!!!!

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