Thursday, March 3, 2011

Reality or reflections of reality?

16 comments:

Halcyon said...

Now that is a question! Not sure that I have the answer. :)

brattcat said...

very good. i wouldn't have guessed it was a reflection if i hadn't read your question. then it became obvious.

Randy said...

Nice shot, I would have to say reflection.

Jack said...

Nicely done, Jacob. I always hold any decent reflections photos until Friday. Hope all is well in Ocala.

Olivier said...

non tout simplement un jour de course ;))

Small City Scenes said...

Through a glass---darkly. MB

Bibi said...

Hard to tell, for sure.I have a shot like this somewhere; a reflection, but you'd never know.

cieldequimper said...

Definitively reflection but almost not.

Rose said...

Not sure, but think reflection but if it is it is a darn good one. The reason I think reflection is there are a couple lines in it that don't belong, at least i don't think they do. Can't wait to see the answer.

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

Thank you all for your comments! It is indeed a reflection...in the window of an empty storefront.

Obviously, it reflects a parking lot and off in the distance you'll see a green sign which is an exit sign for Interstate 75 which runs north and south through Florida.

Small City Scenes said...

Re you comments---the many!

No that is not my barn or my horses but just along a road in the countryside.

Yes I have eaten Steelhead and it is very good. In fact I had lunch with my Mother yesterday and we had hazelnut encrusted Steelhead with a Pineapple salsa. The salsa was very good as was the fish---I scraped the crushed hazelnut stuff off.--I also had the soup instead of salad and for dessert we both had berry Creme Brulee. YUM!

I like cowboys too so I pretend I am a cowgirl. hahaha!!

MB

Small City Scenes said...

BTW: I little pony told me that the reason the horse is white is because she heard blondes have more fun but got a little heavy handed on the bleach and----results are shown. MB

Sharon said...

An excellent reflection of reality.

Lois said...

It is almost like a mirror!

EG Wow said...

WOW! If that's a reflection it's very clear!

JM said...

I would never say it's a reflection, it looks like a shot through a window glass. Well done, Jacob.

"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