22 January 2010

Should I Stop or Should I Go -Weekend Reflections



If you get to know me, you will notice that I have this thing about looking up/down, left/right, in/out and all around when it comes to my photography. I spied this shot while walking across the parking lot to our "new" Kroger superstore on Route 460. Of course, before we did a little shopping we had a nibble at our favorite restaurant Cafe' Asia located in the same complex. This little restaurant has it all together and we are frequent visitors.

This is my third entry into WEEKEND  REFLECTIONS hosted by James at Newton Area Photo. Please join in this wonderful meme. James is currently basking in his home state of California. And, boy do I wish I were endulging in a visit there as well. Yes, I know, it's raining and storm after storm is hitting the area but, the FOOD...I so miss the FOOD!

23 comments:

Riet said...

That is a great picture annd I love the reflections

Daryl said...

I love reflective shots .. that is superb!

Pacey said...

Thanks for the good idea about just looking everywhere. Your shot is lovely and i love the soft tones.

Coffeedoff said...

Great reflection!

Noe Noe Girl...A Queen of all Trades. said...

Excellant!
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Barb said...

Erin - I had to smile when you told where the shot was located - the photo lends itself to a more mystical, far-away, dreamy location. I also like that you were carrying the camera while going grocery shopping!

Rebecca said...

I do like this it is very artistic

awarewriter said...

This isn't simply a great reflection Erin, it's an outstanding photo. Keep those eyes moving.

Guy D said...

Outstanding reflection shot, I love unique pics like these.

All the best
Guy
Regina In Pictures

Carolyn Ford said...

Very nice lighting and the reflections are superb!

cieldequimper said...

The best I've seen so far, excellent shot.

Woody said...

An almost dream-like reflection, very soft. The blue sky reflection is beautiful!

A New England Life said...

These are the types of things the average person doesn't see. It's why you love photography because you see things differently!

Wonderful!

Ebie said...

You captured the reflection well in this shot. As experience would tell me, Go, when the light is green. Hahaha, I still have my phobia since the incident.

P.S. LA Chinatown, the best food and dimsum, drooling now....

Enjoy your weekend!

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RuneE said...

Judging from the muddiness - I would have stayed. A very creative shot.

VioletSky said...

great eye you have.

mbkatc230 said...

What a fun creative reflection shot. Really nice catch. Kathy

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Ooooh! Very unusual! That's a beautiful photo.
I need to look down more often.


~Lisa

Wren said...

I love the photo - great how you caught a reflection that many people wouldn't even see.

PS I assume you stoppped. :)

James said...

Hi Erin. This is the type of reflection that gets my blood pumping. You really took a great shot. It was great to be "home" and I really enjoyed the food. The rain was a bit annoying for picture taking but still a great time.

MedaM said...

This is really very creative and interesting photo!