Thursday, October 28, 2010

Reflection at Gator's Dockside

Gator's Dockside is a restaurant noted for its steaks, hamburgers and French fries and its large selection of beer. It is divided into two sections, each of which has a number of large television sets on the walls, all of which are broadcasting sporting events.

The outer section looks out over the parking lot. But between the two sections there's a large window which you see in this photo. The photo was pure serendipity. I looked and saw reflections from the outside, reflections from the sporting events, people on the other side of the glass, as well as lights and colors. For example, the girl you see on the other side of the glass is one of the hostesses who greets patrons as they enter the restaurant.

15 comments:

Randy said...

I like that you can slightly see the young woman in the window. Nice photo.

Small City Scenes said...

That is very cool that you got so many different reflections---as you say a fortunate discovery.
I am not good a getting good reflections. Dunno why--just me I would suppose. MB

Bibi said...

Very good, and you had a good eye to capture it.

cieldequimper said...

Well she's got a lovely profile!

magiceye said...

beautifully captured moment!

brattcat said...

kind of what the screen inside my brain is playing most of the time.

B SQUARED said...

Allstat? Must have been put up by a high school dropout.

EG Wow said...

Wow! There's lot to see in this window!

Memphis MOJO said...

It's almost like a kaleidoscope - nice capture.

Cezar and Léia said...

This picture could be also a kind of game, to discover all reflections there, there are so many fabulous and interesting reflections!
Wonderful shot dear Jacob!
Léia

Daryl said...

I love reflecting shots ... so much to look at

Halcyon said...

A great reflection! There's a lot to see in this photo. It definitely deserves to be embiggened.

Ash said...

Very nice!

Lois said...

This is a very cool shot Jacob! So much to look at.

Jack said...

Very nice, sir.

"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