Friday, 7 February 2014

Weekend Reflections: l'heure des mamans

I had shown you L'heure des Mamans tea and book shop here and here. This is the bookshop reflected in a mirror (the tea caddies are on the right). VDP loves how the reflection makes it look like an endless bookcase! Weekend Reflections is this way!

Je vous avais montré l'heure des mamans, salon de thé et librairie ici et . Voici la librairie reflétée dans un miroir (les thés sont à droite). VDP adore comment le reflet allonge les étagères pleines de livres ! Les Reflets du Weekend, c'est par ici !

30 comments:

Sylvia K said...

What a terrific reflection, Ciel!! I really had to look more than once!! Hope you have a lovely weekend! Enjoy!

RedPat said...

I would never have thought that it was a reflection!

William Kendall said...

I would have assumed at first glance the same... a long bookshelf!

LONDONLULU said...

I too was fooled - super clever and the ultimate reflection! (And a lovely place)

Jack said...

A tea and book shop? I might spend some time there. It looks most comfortable.

Randy said...

Nice one.

Le regard est le médiateur des coeurs. said...

Un endroit qui me plairait assurement...

Bon w end ;o)

Stuart said...

Well done ! Bon week-end.

llandudnopictures said...

Wonderful reflection, and the cheesecake still looks just as tasty as it did when I first saw it!

EG CameraGirl said...

I had to look at this hard to realize it's a reflection. Well done! I think I would enjoy spending time in this shop!

Dina said...

Just the very idea of an endless bookcase is wonderful.

Lowell said...

You did that so well I would never have thought this was a reflection but, as you say, one long bookcase.

Re your question: Not sure I understand, but if you're asking if there are other roads to Cedar Key, no, this is the only one. That's why, when a hurricane is in the offing, everybody on the island has to leave very early on.

TexWisGirl said...

a nice, welcoming place. great shot. :)

Adrienne said...

oooh! Makes me want to curl up and read for hours!

'Tsuki said...

Une librairie salon de thé, quel rêve ! Un bien joli reflet, en effet, merci de ce partage magique (je suis bibliovore et amatrice de thé : me voici comblée... ^^)

HansHB said...

Lovely reflections!

VP said...

I do not like bookstores as I liked them before, but I would gladly explore this!

Ed said...

What a lovely bookstore. Very classic looking and well captured.

travelwithintent.com said...

Oooh, I simply have to visit!

James said...

Good reflection! At first I thought the room was deeper. :-)

Viera said...

I love the book shops...Lovely shot...

Ruth Kelly said...

I had to look and look again to see that reflection - unreal!

Andrew Fulton said...

A lovely image...

Birdman said...

I've heard of golf caddies, but tea caddies? I'm a java guy so they are a bit foreign to me. hahahahaha

thirtysevenandcounting said...

What a joyful reflection! :-D

~Lindy

s.c said...

Great reflection and made the shop so much greater. Nice one.

Karl Demetz said...

A terrific reflection, at first I didn't figure it out.

tapirgal said...

Good heavens. Climate opposites at the moment! And the report from Bend: 16 inches of snow on the ground. I love your pink flower!

Halcyon said...

Literary reflections. I like that!

Kate said...

Endless bookcases are a welcome sight, even if it's part of the reflection.