Friday, February 19, 2010

Weekend reflections

Weekend reflections is hosted by James from NewTown Area Photo
THis very old mansion is made to be a restaurent some years ago. It is situated opposite the village church and you can see that in the windows. On the second photo in the window above that old door you can see the church clock.


 


 
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29 comments:

James said...

This is wonderful Riet! I love old places like this and the reflection looks really neat.

Teresita said...

Riet
lindas fotografias!

Malyss said...

The reflection looks like a Dali's painting!

Spiderdama said...

Really nice reflections!

RuneE said...

I got a bit dizzy from the reflection in that last photo - too much Dutch Gin perhaps? :-)

Sunny said...

I love the reflection of the clock in the window. Excellent!
Sunny :)

Tineke said...

Oh, wat een leuk plekje. Waar is het Riet? Fijn weekend hoor!

Irma said...

Heej Riet Prachtig pand en prtachtige foto's, die voor deur geweldig zo gaaf.

Fijn weekend liefs Irma

Carolyn Ford said...

I love the distorted clock! That is a real attention grabber!

Maria Berg said...

Now you can look at the watch without turning your head. MB

Thom said...

What a wonderful looking building this is. I love it and your reflection is just wonderful Well done my friend. Have a great Friday :)

Irene said...

Nice reflection! Great photos!

eileeninmd said...

Well done, Riet! I love the clock reflection.

Scott (AKA Bull Rhino) said...

I know it's not part of the reflection but I love the wear on that door stoop. I also love the reflection of the clock above the door.

Scott at World’s Best Photography Blog ;^)

awarewriter said...

I like the close in shot of the door. The distorted reflection in the glass is a nice touch.

Icy BC said...

Oh love this shot of the whole building, and the reflection in each window!

Regina said...

Nice building!
Great reflections.

Rinkly Rimes said...

The clocktower looks like the Leaning Tower of Pisa!

mbkatc230 said...

Beautiful building, and great reflections. I love the way the clock tower is distorted by the old glass. Wonderful! Kathy

Self Sagacity said...

That's really wonderful! I just have a question, who are those black and white women photos on the right side bar of your blog?

June said...

Oh it's just wonderful how you captured the spire and the clock in it's windows. So beautiful Riet!
hugs

Bella said...

What a great old building. Your photos are wonderful.

SquirrelQueen said...

Wonderful reflections Riet, I love the second one with the clock.

VP said...

Fascinating old building, impressive reflections.

Cezar and Léia said...

FAbulous post Riet, this old mansion is fabulous and you took great pictures!
Léia - BONJOUR LUXEMBOURG

Thérèse said...

A nice way to check if you are on time before you go in... :)

Cindy said...

I love old buildings and this one has so much character. The clock reflected in the window is kind of double meaning reflection. Very nice!

Lily Hydrangea said...

great catch on that clock reflection!

Ann said...

What a big house, I wonder how many maids, and servants they had.

Is it a good restaurant?