Friday, July 16, 2010

St. Patrick's Reflection

This is a reflection of St. Patrick's Church in the window of a fancy store on the corner of 50TH and 5TH in New York City. You can see one of the window dividers in the top left corner. There are also a few visible lights from inside the store. I guess it's kind of like two reflections in one with the church and buildings at the top then you scroll down to see the nyc street view.

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28 comments:

  1. Lots of wonderful reflections to take in. Black and white gives a whole different feeling and look.
    ☼ Sunny

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  2. Very intriguing. Love the black and white. Beautiful Cathedral!

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  3. I visited that cathedral when I was back in high-school. My family took a side-trip while visiting family in Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania. What an awesome reflection and it all fits in one window. Amazing!

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  4. Another stunner my friend. Excellent and the B&W just gives it that added touch. Is that a plane in the building just right of the steeple? Sort of eerie but gorgeous. :)

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  5. I love St. Patrick's! One of my favorite memories of visits to NYC! Terrific reflections and definitely perfect in B&W! Have a great weekend, James, thanks as always for the fun!

    Sylvia

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  6. A world in an other one..a kind of invisible frontier is sharing the reflection and the reality..poetic picture!

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  7. This photo is awe-inspiring. Lovely reflection.

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  8. There you do the reflections again, I have so much trouble with reflections. This photo is very nice with the old next to the modern.

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  9. Beautiful church. Love the Gothic architectures.
    Awesome reflections James.

    Regina

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  10. That is layered reflection at its finest, James. And a good streetscape into the bargain.

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  11. Love the angles, scale, composition and tonal quality in this one. This is such a compelling and intriguing image! Some of the elements look almost ghostly.

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  12. You have a great eye and I see them too! I love NY even though I lived there for only 3 years.

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  13. It's such a busy and interesting street scene, and St. Patrick's spires are so magnificent! The reflection's so clear and beautiful in black and white.

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  14. This is the most original St. Patrick's Church shot I've seen!

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  15. Reflections and shadows. Gothic and modern. wonderful shot.

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  16. Very nice!
    they don't make 'em like that anymore...

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  17. It's amazing how clear the reflection is.

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  18. Wonderful multiple reflections. Isn't that the window of Saks? I love this NY street and you've captured it beautifully.

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  19. A nice 'double exposure' James.

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  20. This was one of my favorite places in NY. You have captured it wonderfully.

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  21. Wow, this really doesn't look like a refelction at all. Really beautiful!!!!

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  22. i saw the one in Melbourne..same architecture.

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  23. Magnificent shot for a magnificent building.

    (I already posted something for this weekend reflection in my main blog incase I am away to join my family for a special get together).

    Postcard from Canberra

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