Friday, 14 May 2010

Weekend Reflections: boulevard du roi

Allsorts of things going on in these windows of buildings on the king's boulevard for James' Weekend Reflections.
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Il s'en passe des choses dans ces fenêtres pour les Reflets du Weekend de James !

44 comments:

Louis la Vache said...

Ciel - you come up with the best shots for the Weekend Reflections meme! Cheers!

bfarr said...

It seems you are always in the right place at the right time.

Woody said...

A fine set of reflections indeed, each window tells a different story. I also like the intricate ironwork on the sign and around the windows.

brattcat said...

I love that second floor apartment with all of the flowers.

Jacob said...

I like the way the reflections distort in the windows...I'd hazard a guess this is one of your best!

Olivier said...

curieuse, c'est pas jolie jolie de regarder dans le reflet des fenetres ;o)

T. Becque said...

It's beautiful; I love the feel of it. I've said it before, your reflection shots are exceptional!

tapirgal said...

The reflections look more present than the building. Excellent! I love the ironwork of the sign bracket, too.

Cergie said...

Tu as remarqué ? Il s'en passe de droles à Versailles. Ces vitres sont faites dans le cristal des boules et prédisent le futur : ces platanes au tronc rasé de près auront bientôt des feuilles.

VP said...

A beautiful sign and some gorgeous reflections!

Malyss said...

Un monde à l'intérieur d'un autre monde..et l'enseigne donne le ton , c'est le "hazard" qui distribue les cartes et les cadres de ces paysages etranges..Joli shot!

Gunn said...

I just love this, both the windows and the reflections!:)

Bergson said...

me dit pas que tu passais par hazard

nous avons abandonné la potée d'écureuil qui se marie mal avec la corona
J.C.

Small City Scenes said...

Super reflections--you do this so well.

BTW: Love and seduction sounds pretty good. Oh yeah!!! MB

Rob and Mandy said...

Hazard fait'il bien les choses?

B SQUARED said...

I like the dash of color from the flowers.

Steve Williams said...

Stumbled across your blog and am enthralled by your visual explorations. The reflections are lovely.

And some days ago the wisteria was amazing. Makes me want to travel to Europe.

Steve Williams
Scooter in the Sticks

Halcyon said...

Supers tes reflets, comme toujours. J'aime aussi le nom de cette boutique. C'est rigolo.

JM said...

Boulevard du Roi was surely named before the Revolution, right? :-)

Birdman said...

Neat reflecting image!

lizziviggi said...

So many different kinds of wrought iron, too! We don't see that much around here.

Carolyn Ford said...

Such a lovely collection of reflections from so many windows. I like the red flowers on the upper level. What a nice boulevard to stroll along, no doubt.

Reader Wil said...

Beautiful window reflections! Thank for your visit, have a nice weekend!

Laura said...

each reflection is different, just like what must be going on behind each window...beautiful image.

James said...

Very royal reflections. I also like the look of the windows and the building.

EG Wow said...

Wonderful reflections! Does Hazard mean hazard? I'm feeling fearful. :)

Regina said...

Beautiful reflections!

Sylvia K said...

Royal, crisp, clear reflections indeed! Really terrific capture, Ciel! Hope you have a beautiful weekend! Enjoy!

Sylvia

Ebie said...

Trees, trunks and greenery is everywhere around this street thru the reflection.

What a great place to just take a leisurely stroll.

Spiderdama said...

Great reflections in these windows!
wish you a nice weekend:-)

Carol said...

There is alot going on in this shot! Great reflections!

Suzanne said...

It's so amazing how just a few feet and you can capture and entire different image. I like the windows framing the green. Have a good weekend.

Biana said...

Great find! Lovely reflections, love the buiding. Your blog is really nice!

louciao said...

What a lovely compostition. I like how the trees frame the building with its windows reflecting their trunks and their leafy tops. There's pleasing warmth in tone to it all as well. I'm not sure I'd trust a decorating business with "hazard" in its name.
Thanks for stopping by my place as well.

Clytie said...

I really love how the top windows reflect the tree leaves, while the bottom windows reflect the tree trunks. A really cool effect!

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

I love the way the reflections look so white~ The composition keeps us looking. You say such kind things about my reflections. You gotta look today. Do you see tattoos much in Versailles?

Jan
GDP

maiaT said...

So many different reflections and another beautiful building.
Great shot.

Pam said...

Nice window reflections in the beautiful building. Happy weekend to you :)

Thom said...

Great reflections. I love it when it is busy like that. Have a great weekend :)

Gattina said...

Beautiful reflections in these old windows !
Never been to Brussels ?
mais c'est juste à côté de la porte !

Hilda said...

The architecture is just so gorgeous and the reflections are wonderful! I love the wrought iron signpost!

Serendipity said...

Lovely reflection! And I too like the signpost!

Catherine said...

Les arbres se refont une beauté...

Lew said...

Indeed, lots to see in those reflections!