Friday, September 8, 2017

Boutique de Montres de Luxe MATY (Weekend Reflections # 415)

Paris, France

A reflection in the window of  MATY, a watch and jewelry store.This picture is 100% reflection plus there are lights reflected on the wet road so maybe it should be considered 110% reflection. :-) 

I know it's sometimes hard to tell reflections from non reflections without some perspective or clues. In this case the clues are the words on the street signs and on the side of the opera house.

I'm praying for those affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

Happy Reflecting!

Please remember to link your specific Weekend Reflections post !  
 

This is the place to see and share reflections. Click the rules tab above for more information.  A Reflection =  An image given back by a reflecting surface.  A PHOTOGRAPH of a REFLECTION or REFLECTIONS.

20 comments:

marshaleith said...

wow..what a perfect reflection...and it would have been a great photo even if it wasn't a reflection(great depiction of late nite city life!)

stardust said...

The reflection in the window looks so clearly that I thought this is a photo of reflection on the wet road. Yes, the letters of the sign tells the mirror reflection.
BTW, I feel awkward as I failed to crop one of my reflection photos to make a thumbnail.

Yoko

NC Sue said...

No reflections in my post this week, but I hope you'll come by and link up your photos at our 250th weekly linkup!
https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2017/09/inwardly-gazing-with-monochrome-eyes.html

NatureFootstep said...

wow, that must have been a very good and clean window to give the perfect reflection. :) Love it!

Christine said...

What a knack you have for capturing the clearest reflcetion images. This is great!

Margaret Adamson said...

totally fabulous reflection shot James. I was able to link in although Laptopm is going back to hospital tomorrow again!! Thanks for hosting and have a wonderful weekend

Alexa said...

Good weather for ducks—and reflections! This one is a beauty, James.

Nora said...

Amazing, how can you find such good reflections James. I look and look for windows with reflections but never find such good ones. cheers, Nora

jeannettestgermain said...

Your clues remind me on inspector Clouseau, haha. Even more than whether it's a reflection, it is that your captures are always intriguing, that keeps me coming back! Have a great weekend, James!

Valerie said...

Love this shot. I only knew it was a reflection by the reversed lettering in the sign!

Kenneth Cole Schneider said...

As usual I looked at your image before reading the caption, as I like to interpret the reflection. I gave up as I did not even see the ghost of something going on behind the window. Thanks for your kind thoughts as we are among those who evacuated their south Florida homes. We wanted to go to someplace high and dry, so we flew to Albuquerque, New Mexico! The latest advisory shifts the eye from directly over our home to a point about 80 miles to the west.A measure of relief, but now so many more homes are threatened.

Linda said...

Wonderful image! The wet pavement adds so much depth; I love it!

monique carnat said...

très belle vue nocturne avec le "porteur en bleu" 2017, à vélo et charge sur le dos...désolation avec Harvey et Irma !

Klara S said...

Beautiful night shot.
Thank you for hosting.

biebkriebels said...

Beautiful reflection, the weather looks the same here when I look outside...

orvokki said...

Evening, lights and rain makes lovely reflections. I like this photo a lot.

Klara said...

perfect reflection - I would have ever thought it was a reflection. great street photography.

Lydia C. Lee said...

The street signs were the first thing I picked up. Love that building!

A Quiet Corner said...

I would love to find this type of reflection...perhaps I need to window shop in the pouring rain more often!!!!...:)P

Al said...

I love it - I would not have noticed the backwards text showing the reflection if you hadn't pointed it out.