Reflections


This picture also comes to you from The Renaissance. A new wine shop should be opening in this space any day.

I like the reflections in the window of what was behind me, the empty racks in the shop and also how you can see through the glass to what lies on the other side. The sepia tone tops it off with a nostalgic feel.

14 comments:

Olivier said...

le sépia rend très bien sur cette photo. Avec tous ces reflets, on ne sait pas quel chemin prendre ;o)

Hilda said...

Very lovely effect. Will you be one of its first shoppers? ;)

B Squared said...

I wish them luck. Tough time to start a business.

Ineke said...

love the effects the reflections give!

Halcyon said...

Not sure if I will shop for wine there - it depends on their prices. This shopping center is "upscale". But I will definitely check it out.

Babooshka said...

Always check out the alcohol. Knockout shot and the use of sepia inspired as it really does add a retro feel. Now back to the wine...

Jacob said...

Excellent work. And I do like the sepia...feels otherworldly!

Rambling Round said...

Very artistic! You got some great shots at The Renaissance.
Thanks for asking about Selma. It isn't far from Prattville, about 45 minutes west on Ala. Hwy. 14. The Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is on Hwy. 82, and if you come to Selma, just take Hwy 82 to the Hwy. 14 intersection. However, you may have a short detour, because flash flooding damaged part of Hwy. 82 last week just below the RTJ entrance. RTJ is located very close to the I-65 exit.

Mary Helen said...

I love this!

Kate said...

You inspire me to start trying different tones; the sepia works well with this shot.

cieldequimper said...

Very, very nice shot. Et Vaux-le-Vicomte, qui coûta si cher à Fouquet dans tous les sens du terme, c'est tellement, tellement plus beau que Versailles !

brian said...

excellent indeed!! I love this effect!

Virginia said...

Just a beautiful photograph!!
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D said...

Very beautiful! love those reflections and the sepia tone.