Friday, 9 April 2010

Weekend Reflections: la place Charost

Charost place and its fountain, which I featured here, are reflected in the window of an Indian restaurant. For more Weekend Reflections, visit James @ Newtown Area Photo.
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La place Charost et sa fontaine Wallace sont reflétées dans la fenêtre d'un restaurant indien. Pour voir plein de reflets du monde entier, rendez-vous chez James @ Newtown Area Photo.

35 comments:

Jacob said...

Another reflective shot which is reflective of your special talent with reflection pictures!

bfarr said...

Is that some type of intrument in the window? Intersting.

Boise Diva said...

Cool shot!

Woody said...

The window is beautiful with the paint and the musical instruments (not sure what the 'guitar' is, a Tanpura?). The reflection of the cafe is really cool!

Leif Hagen said...

I can almost taste the Indian food - maybe a little Indian music . . .

Louis la Vache said...

Ciel, you always come up with a good one for Weekend Reflections!

tapirgal said...

I went on a nice little tour of fountains with your links. Thanks for that and for telling me what to look for! Very cool photo!!!

I think the instrument is a sitar. To a "child of the 60s" it looks familiar, but it could possibly be something else.

DaveM said...

Nice shot, I wonder if they have the flocked wallpaper inside?

T. Becque said...

You have a knack for making us really look to see what's reflected and what's not. The framing is great!

VP said...

It's amazing how the sitar reflects even better than the glass. It looks like a perfect mirror!

Olivier said...

beau reflet et en plus tu nous invites en orient....ce qui me fait penser que j'irais bien manger du poulet tandoori ce soir ;)

Cergie said...

Cela me fait penser que nous devons voir un cousin de Californie ce soir ou demain soir et diner avec lui, notre fils nous propose au restau thaï à Belleville. Je ne sais si c'est une bonne idée, je préfèrerais un "bouillon".
Tu as pris soin de te mettre bien de coté qu'on ne te voie pas ! J'aime bien les couleurs chaudes de la vitrine, je me ferais bien un couscous ou un tagine ou une pastilla, tiens...

Paulie said...

Great catch!

Hope you can drop by and see my unique bench.

Malyss said...

Deux cultures mélées en seul regard, c'est une jolie idée, et le tour de la vitrine offre un encadrement parfait!

BaysideLife said...

A beautiful window and a great reflection. The colors in your reflection are so vivid.

Sharon Van Lieu said...

I love this shot. Beautiful colors, great content and reflection and I love the framing the painting provides. Excellent.

Sharon

Suzanne said...

I love that the fountain and Charost is framed by the Indian Gold window border. Things in Versailles always seem so colorful and ornate. Have a great weekend.

James said...

I love Indian food and this reflection. It's a nice window display too.

Beth Niquette said...

What a lovely photo--this just fills my eyes to the brim...which is the greatest compliment I can give.

EG Wow said...

I like the way that reflection turned out! Well done!

Marinela Reka said...

Amazing SHOT :)
Very well done :)

Halcyon said...

Chouette comme reflet. J’aime aussi la vitrine. Elle fait un cadrage naturel en plusieurs sens.

Bon weekend !

Riet said...

That is a beautiful reflection photo

Carolyn Ford said...

There is so much to see in this window...wow! Beautiful!

Catherine said...

On se croirait transplanté aux Indes, mais non ! la fontaine Wallace est là pour nous faire retomber sur terre.

Loree said...

I really enjoy reflections and this one seems as if it is framed.. Great shot.

Diane AZ said...

Cool inside-outside reflection. The framing and musical instruments make this one extra special!

Sylvia K said...

Marvelous reflection and it does look as though it is framed! Terrific capture, Ciel! Hope you have a lovely weekend!

Sylvia

thisisjustalovesong said...

2 really great scenes combining for a very interesting reflection.

Lew said...

Beautiful window and an interesting reflection!

Ebie said...

It is a very unique photo. The reflection looks like a musical instrument!

Hilda said...

This makes for a fascinating combination — old Europe and old India. Nice.

I hope you have a wonderful weekend, Ciel!

Rebecca said...

Very nicely framed.

RuneE said...

A very nice combination - India and France at the same time.

Clytie said...

Very beautiful and interesting reflection!