Friday, January 15, 2010

Weekend reflections

For weekend reflections, hosted by James from Newtown Area Photo I have this picture of a cafe in the city of Delft. Notice that in every window of the building there are reflections of things on the square opposite it.

 
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33 comments:

RuneE said...

And a nice cafe beneath to enjoy the sight :-)

Maria said...

A steet cafe with a lovel view by what I can see in the reflections.

Carolyn Ford said...

That is just the kind of place I would stop too! Lots and lots of reflections reveal a nice street scene!

Madelief said...

Hoi Riet,

Wat mij betreft is het weer tijd voor terrasjes! Leuke foto!

Fijne avond! Lieve groet, Madelief

Nefertiti said...

jolie ambiance ;O)

bon w end

Regina said...

Beautiful one!

Happy weekend.

Sistertex said...

Love the street scene in general and how it is extended in the reflection of the large plate glass window.

Nice!

Malyss said...

Hey, I see benches in the reflection! quiet and peaceful scene, and great reflections inside!

Carol said...

Nice shot, Riet! Great reflections above...and interesting streetside cafe below.

Coffeedoff said...

Great reflections!

Woody said...

Very nice! The photo makes the shop seem very inviting!

Deb said...

great reflections...looks like a nice place to visit...

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I love all the colors as well as the reflections in this photo Riet.


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Rebecca said...

That's a two story set of reflections you have!

marja visscher said...

Ja, leuk Riet. Mooie foto! Zo zijn het allemaal foto's in een foto. Laat ook veel over aan de verbeelding. Wij lopen er graag in Delft. Zeker in de zomer op zaterdag tijdens de antiekmarkt in het centrum. Lekker met al die terrassen. Er brand een klein verlangen...
Geniet van het weekend!
Lieve groet, Marja

Julie said...

That looks like a very nice coffee shop. I guess he is there by himself because it is too cold for many other people.

The reflections in the windows round out a very good photograph.

Ruth said...

That's a terrific shot. Was it by accident or design?

Jacqueline Korteland Boller said...

Again, so beautiful and so Dutch!!

Stine in Ontario said...

Good for you for seeing them and taking the photo! I think I would not have noticed.

Icy BC said...

That's wonderful reflections!

Riet said...

Ik zelf vind het nog te koud daarvoor Riet.
Ik weet niet wat jij er van vind.
Zit liever nog gezellig binnen.

Liefs Riet.x

"Création" said...

Mooie foto Riet, heerlijk eerdaags weer terrasjes tijd. Grappig de reflectie in de ramen zo zie je ook de bomen staan die niet op de foto [letterlijk] staan.

Fijn weekend,
Lieve groet, Josephine

Thérèse said...

Pretty cool. A few years ago I had such a wonderful time in Delft!

sissie said...

So lovely Riet. I'd love to have coffee there.

awarewriter said...

Nice shot. I'd love to see a crop of the man sitting in front of the large window. I see it in my mind's eye, the man on the right with the large window and empty tables on the left.

happilyretired said...

Looks like a lovely place to relax a bit ... the reflections of the trees in the windows are so crisp.
Hugs and blessings,

SquirrelQueen said...

I really like this shot, there are reflections everywhere.

Erin said...

like this shot and each of the bits of the square reflected in the windows...quite lovely.

Serendipity said...

I would love to be at that cafe now!

eileeninmd said...

Looks like a wonderful cafe and you captured wonderful reflections.

Ann said...

Did the man know you were taking his photo? Rather cold to be sitting outside in Winter.

Great reflections.

mbkatc230 said...

Great reflection shot. I might have noticed the lower window reflections, but I'm afraid I would have missed those in the upper windows. Great catch. Kathy

Helena said...

Great reflections in both sets of windows. Looks like a wonderful place to stop and rest awhile.