Friday, June 4, 2010

Reflections at the Bottom of "The Rock"

A reflection of The GE Building in a store window at Rockefeller Center in New York City.
Click Weekend Reflections If you would like to submit your own reflection post or see the reflections on other blogs.

37 comments:

  1. That's cool. They almost look like flying saucers!

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  2. The building is sublime beauty.
    It seems to melt into the reflection...

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  3. It almost looks like the fish-eye effect the way the buildings seem to curve...and, I agree with T. Becque, there's flying saucers checking it all out.

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  4. Were you laying on the sidewalk again? haha!
    Terrific picture, perfect in B&W, I really like the clouds.
    ☼ Sunny

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  5. wow! Really cool and beautiful picture and reflection.
    Wish you a nice weekend:-)

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  6. you made the same kind of picture than RuneE today!Very impressive and graphic!

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  7. Terrific capture, James! I was going to ask the same question as Sunny! And, yep, flying saucers! Have a great weekend!

    Sylvia

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  8. wow James, this picture and reflections are breathtaking!
    Wonderful indeed!
    Happy WEekend!
    Léia

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  9. Is E.T. back amongst us and we don't know it? Does he live in Newtown, PA? ;-))

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  10. Wow, you go the whole skyscraper in that reflection.

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  11. Too cool for school, James. Love it.

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  12. That belongs framed and hung on a wall. Stunning.

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  13. Brilliant my friend :) I just love the look :)

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  14. No Way! Only one of the most famous spots on earth. Great look from down below.

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  15. ...and there is James laying on the pavement, rolled up tight against the side of the building so he can get the entire building into the shot! LOL. The things we all do for a good shot. ;)

    Excellent!

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  16. What a terrific shot. Nicely captured.

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  17. If you were lying on the sidewalk to take the picture, you're lucky you didn't get stepped on in NYC! LOL! Great shot - I love that it's in B/W. Great angle, too, even if you DID get stepped on to get the shot!

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  18. Wonderful capture and a cool looking reflection. Well done!

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  19. One HUGE reflection that forces one to look up...loving it!

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  20. That is just so awesome. I miss those urban cityscapes. So full of possibilities, surprises around every corner. The excitement, the human industry buzzing and crackling everywhere. Yet one one looks up at these monoliths, so solid and still. Great shot James!

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  21. What an awesome reflection--it fills my eyes, which is the greatest compliment I can give.

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  22. This one has a real retro look about it James. Glad you chose B&W. Excellent shot.

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  23. Ah ... another fantastic treat from James!

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  24. I used to bring my children to the city during their Christmas break each year. They loved the displays and the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center. I have to share this link with them. Thanks!

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  25. Very Gotham Cityesque... me like ;-P When will I get to visit the Big Apple?!?

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  26. magnifique !

    http://unephotounsouvenir.blogspot.com/

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  27. Fantastic angle! I tried to do so but ended dividing the building in two: top and bottom! LOL!

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  28. Difficult to make a better reflection photo!

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  29. The picture says it all!
    A dream place to be while on vacation of course!

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