Friday, October 25, 2013

City reflections

My latest reflections took place in Minneapolis during a family holiday and in Lyon during a photo outing.


1 - Minneapolis




2 - Minneapolis




3 - Lyon




4 - Lyon


Reflecting on these times, the family holiday in the US was fantastic and the outing with fellow photographers allowed me to take a step further into learning and searching...

To be continued!


This post is also published through the blog Weekend Reflections...(Thank you James for the opportunity)




15 comments:

  1. Tall modern buildings offer fabulous reflections!

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  2. wow. really beautifully captured!

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  3. Terrific reflections for the day!! Have a lovely weekend!

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  4. Very nice reflective photos. Glad you enjoyed your stay in Minneapolis. It is a nice city.

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  5. Great pictures. Just love it when old, classic buildings are reflected in modern, glass buildings.

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  6. great architectural shots - really like the second one

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  7. The one taken in Lyon is very intriguing... But I'm really in love the first one, in Minneapolis. The composition is really perfect on it.

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  8. Those first two reflection are absolutely fascinating!

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  9. Really amazing reflections !!!!
    Greetings from Finland.

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  10. They are stunning reflections. I obviously need to go on a course!

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  11. Always nice those reflections in a glazed facade. Thanks for showing.

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  12. awesome architectural reflections...love all of that linear. Tall buildings with lots of glass make for fab reflections.

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  13. Really great reflections... all are such beautiful compositions!

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  14. Beautiful city refection photos!
    Greetings, RW & SK

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