April 7, 2012

Kaiping Street Scene Reflected

Kaiping, 2012

This may be a capture that only a die-hard reflection seeker can appreciate. What you see here is a street scene (and yours truly) wonkily reflected in a large steel column and a bookstore window in the town of Kaiping, Guangdong. It's a bit warped... maybe like my sense of humor.

Linking with James' Weekend Reflections.

20 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Fantastic reflection, Cisca!! You captured so many terrific things in just one shot! Superb! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Sylvia

Pat Tillett said...

I sure do appreciate it! very nice...

Lowell said...

It's super! Warped is good. You get an A +!

Susan said...

You will be most pleased to know that when I opened this post I said (outloud to no one but myself) "oh cool"....then I read your words. I am, like you among the reflection die-hards. We must be so awesomely awesome that we're in a class by ourselves. Happy to be wonkily along with you!

cieldequimper said...

That is making me giddy!

Catherine said...

lovely creative shots....

Lucy Corrander : Photos said...

It would be tempting to walk into the reflection of the squished street.

Lesley said...

Very cool! Warped, yet still recognizable.

Vicki/Jake said...

Warped is wonderful! I love how tall and skinny you are, who knew:)

Ellie said...

Now that is a cool shot.

Carole M. said...

oh, a really grand reflection perspective; love it!

Ann said...

very unusual, before reading, I tried to see what it is, and couldn't.

Traveling Hawk said...

A very good composition, Francisca! Steel is wonderful for reflections. I tried it my self in Seoul, last year. This one, being at the level of the street, looks like a frame there.

joo said...

I love it Francisca! It's such an interesting photo!
Have a nice weekend:)

JM said...

Well spotted!

H said...

'Warped' makes it interesting :)

Dimple said...

I like it!

Kaori said...

I feel like I'm in one of those fun museums with all the weird mirrors and stuff! Great reflection, Francisca :D

Hope you're having a great weekend!

Carola said...

Perfect reflection. So fantastic, magical. And great: when you have to figure out what is what and where. I love this shot.

NixBlog said...

What a great reflection, Francisca. I'm always looking for unusual reflecting surfaces too.