Friday, June 25, 2010

Reflections - Kane's Furniture

17 comments:

paul said...

You nearly got into the picture! I like the angles of the composition, and great light.

Memphis MOJO said...

I love the different colors and size and shapes of the objects.

Do I barely see a photographer in the right side of the mirror? Why, yes, I think I do!!

brattcat said...

Are you giving us a subliminal message with that 'quality so good' sign?

cieldequimper said...

Wow Jacob, you're on a reflections trip and they are fantastic!

Small City Scenes said...

Odd and interesting at the same time. What is that saying--'elbows to something'? MB

Small City Scenes said...

Regarding you questions: I do not sail although My older brother had many sailboats at different time and he took me out twice. They are beautiful.
And the sun pictures I took out of my car window as I was going home after watching the sail boats in Everett. (I did pull over) And Moon rising I took---from my deck. (I dislike saying those last 3 words) LOL And yes, no tripod!!! MB

Jarart said...

Are you going to show us what you purchased at the furniture places?

Rose said...

I really like this shot!

Paula said...

That's a very tall mirror. I'd have to knock out the ceiling to fit it in my place.
I do like the wavy frame though. Nice how you caught half home, half industrial in the reflection.

tapirgal said...

I was trying to figure out the esoteric title in re: this photo, "Reflections - Kane's Future," when I realized I needed to learn to read.

VP said...

Puzzling and charming, you found the right angle to do this!

Gunn said...

Nice, both your photo and the furniture.

bfarr said...

Wow. That is one huge reflection. I mean really, where would people hang something like that (if they could afford it)?

Dan J. said...

This is a great shot. I love the way you composed the mirror. Very unique.

EG Wow said...

Fancy Schmancy, Jacob!

Daryl said...

fun shot!

Marie-Noyale said...

Quality sooooooo good!!

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson