Sunday, September 26, 2010

Nice reflection?


That is not, obviously, a reflection in the window. The window has been painted. I don't know why, nor do I know what's behind the window. 'Tis a mystery. The bench must be sitting while meditating on the mystery.

23 comments:

Dan J. said...

A fun shot... and yes... very mysterious indeed.

Olivier said...

très bon ce banc devant ces deux tableaux, des trompe l'oeil saisonniers.
En reponse à ta question (si j'ai bien compris), les manouches ne sont pas des rom's (roumains)

Francisca said...

I smell a bit of a rat here, Jacob... it looks to me like your creative work in that window! Lovely bench, by the way... suspect I'll see it again. :-)

Francisca said...

PS. Looking at the window again, maybe not your handiwork... hmmm... :-D

magiceye said...

looks beautiful..

Small City Scenes said...

Well hmmmmm.....I'm thinking---weird.
Not bad but weird. MB

Carraol said...

Great composition and the paint in the window add a fine atmosphere, it seem like a digital work!

VP said...

An elegant bench with a mysterious fake reflection behind, this is a good start of the week!

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

AT least you'd always be sitting under blue skies! A friend had a single fronted brick house and a beautiful view was had from the lounge room window. Instead of seeing the usual plain weathered side fence, she painted it white then painted flowers in pots on it. It looked smashing.

B SQUARED said...

The painted windows look as though they were inspired by Warhol.

brattcat said...

The bench has its back turned to the mystery. Hmmmm. I wonder what that says.

Cezar and Léia said...

Hmmm maybe...I guess...There is no mysterious feeling, it's all about creative minds there!And it gave such a lovely background for the beautiful bench!I like very much the paintings, the two different ideas!
Léia :)

Kate said...

This kind of bench is not only attractive, but they're comfortable as well. Never try to unravel a mystery such as this; it never works!! Better to sit on the bench and contemplate your navel.

EG Wow said...

Interesting and unique...but not something I would do to my windows. :)

This type of bench seems to be everywhere these days. People will look back and say this was a style from the early twenty-first century.

EG Wow said...

Interesting but not something I would do to my windows.

This style of bench seems to be everywhere these days. People will look back and say they were common at the beginning of the twenty-first century. :)

Daryl said...

Clever and interesting ...

Lois said...

Mysterious yes, but I like the way it looks!

Jarart said...

It is an unusual windo treatment. Maybe the painting is a better view than the real reflection would be. The best thing about it is that you can take a picture of a window and not find yourself in it.
I wonder what it looks like from inside.

Paula said...

I'm wondering what's that strip of scenery off to the left behind the potted plant. Another painting, or some real Florida?
Regardless, a nice view, especially if you don't like changes.
:)

Rose said...

I don't know about the window, but that bench looks comfy!

tapirgal said...

Looks nice to me.

Halcyon said...

I thought this was some kind of effect you put on the photo.

Very interesting window. I'm glad you're back to blogging and thanks for all your kind comments of late. :D

JM said...

A very cool idea!

"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