Saturday, July 16, 2011

“Reflections in Glass”

I've missed having an “assignment” to work on. I was checking out a friend's
and found this meme that I thought I'd give a try. That, along with
another one (showing up on Wednesdays), plus my renewed enthusiasm
for photography overall, made for a very enjoyable day at Old Sturbridge
Village. (Not to mention the wonderful company my family provides.)

So these are some of the “Reflections in Glass” I noticed. Usually I post only
one photo for a meme, but I was so happy with these that I couldn't choose
which one. (I guess my creative juices really are flowing again.)

So which is your favorite, and why?

To check out other interpretations of “Reflections in Glass” visit
Exploring With a Camera.


Aimee Cotton Bogush said...

She's BACK!!!! W00-hoo! So glad to see these beautiful photos. And, thanks for the nod to the blog ;-) Kat Sloma's projects are wonderful - glad to see you exploring with a camera! I really, really love the white window, followed closely by the red window (I am a sucker for windows - big time. Plus, I love the pattern in the white window glass panes. Truly stunning. I'll be up at OSV for two days next month -- these photos help whip my enthusiasm up - can't wait!! Nice Job! Really nice photos!

livnletlrn said...

I like the 2nd one. It's like a patchwork quilt Love that wavy, bubbly old glass.

Kat Sloma said...

Yay, so happy to have you joining in with Exploring with a Camera! I really love the window with the patterns reflected in it. That is just awesome. You found some wonderful reflections, I'm glad you posted more than one!