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Friday, May 13, 2011

WEEKEND REFLECTION

For Weekend Reflection hosted by James


This mom couldn't figure out whether her child was looking at all the doggie paintings in the window or her own reflection. Notice that there is also a reflection of the parking lot outside, right by the child:)

16 comments:

John McDevitt said...

Nice shot -- on many levels.

'Tsuki said...

Sweet... Children reflection are always welcome.

Midwest to Midlands said...

That is one awesome easel your hubby made! Enjoy using it as I'm sure you will.

Ebie said...

Mom will buy what the kid wants! I feel a sweet relationship in this shot.

Francisca said...

Look like the girl is ready to walk through the door into the parking lot. Cool reflection shot.

Stephanie V said...

That easel is amazing! And what opportunities you have for magnificence.

jeannette said...

John,
Thank you. The unposed pics are always the best:) Thanks for visiting!

'Tsuki,
Agreed! They are a wealth of opportunities!

Jane(M),
Yes, I am spoiled:)

Ebie,
I can tell you have a daughter:):)

Francesca,
I didn't think about it that way yet! Thanks for sharing:) Hope you get to take many shots in Vienna!

Stephanie,
Thanks so much -I will pass it on:) It will help me to push to bigger sizes of canvas!

Reader Wil said...

Perfect easel! And the mum and child in front of the shopwindow make good reflections.

Dick said...

Wow, the easel looks really good, nice work.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

How lovely! So many beautiful reflections. I'm betting that the little girl was looking at her own.

jeannette said...

Reader Wil,
What I love about it is that you can move it up and down (with bigger or smaller canvases. And it has wheels, which most easels don't have!

Dick,
Thanks! That coming for a carpenter,I take as a compliment!
Like the pics on your last posts (it was loading up slow, so at first I didn't see your name underneath the pics, and on your profile page it said, Toos, so I got confused)

Sallie,
Thank you! Yes, the little girl probably was looking at herself:)

margit said...

Ach diese Wünsche, aber die Scheibe ist dazwischen.
Schönes Bild, lieben Gruß
margit

jeannette said...

Margit,
Thank you for visiting! Also for us adults it sometimes would be good if there were glass between us and our wishes(smile)!

Do you know it is for "Weekend Reflections"?
When you click on the word "Weekend Reflection" underneath the title, it brings you to a page where everyone can contribute (on Fridays) with a photo with a reflection, or type (http://newtowndailyphoto.
blogspot.com

Leckeres für Mensch und Katze - Goodies for a pleasant life said...

Thanks for the hint because of translation. I had also put this tool in before but it´s not that what I want. On other blogs I have seen a very small tool which translates the whole page, but here you have to write every word. That I dont like. May be you know where I can get other one??? Greetings from Germany

Leckeres für Mensch und Katze - Goodies for a pleasant life said...
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jeannette said...

Leckeres for Mensch,
Hope you find another (better) translation tool? (didn't understand what you were trying to say -sorry!).
In the first year of our marriage, we lived in Berlin (hubby moved there two years before I did).