Friday, April 21, 2017

Whitehall Building (Weekend Reflections # 395)

Newtown, Pennsylvania

This is one of the historic buildings in Newtown probably built in the late 1700 or early 1800s. You've probably guessed that this is reflected in a barbershop window. I think it used to be a hotel but nowadays it's home to a couple of restaurants, a candy shop and few other things.

Have a great weekend!


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15 comments:

Eva-Maria H. said...

Hello James,

Wonderful photographed and an interesting story.

Greetings Eva

NatureFootstep said...

Unusual but seem to be a great building :)

Alexa said...

Sure beats a strip mall! Seriously, pretty building.

monique carnat said...

merci pour l'historique de cette belle maison !

Christine said...

A beautiful building - the barbers keep their window pristine clean!

jeannettestgermain said...

Guess, not only hair is cut at the barbershop:):) You have nailed reflections to a perfection, James! God they found some other uses, instead of replacing the building:) Have a great weekend!

Ruth Kelly said...

Your reflection is so perfectly clear, truly amazing.

marshaleith said...

What a pretty building...and I agree that it is way nicer than a strip mall(as pointed out in a comment above!!)

A Quiet Corner said...

The reflection is crystal clear...perfect shot!!...:)JP

Gentle Joy said...

GREAT reflection.... didn't look like a reflection at first, but looked like the real thing. Thank you for hosting.

Margaret Adamson said...

Brilliant reflections shot James. Thanks for hosting and have a great weekend.

Jim said...

Great building in the reflection.

s.c said...

The reflections are becoming so good that you don't see it anymore.( I get an error by trying to place a link on Weekend Reflections and it says error in'/' Application)

Thérèse said...

Net, clair et précis.

monbeaumanoir.com said...

Bonjour,

J'aime bien cette couleur et ce genre de bâtiment, c'est bien de l'avoir conservé.

Have a nice weekend!

Ava