Friday, November 12, 2010

Different angles

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The booth in which the ticket sellers stand seems to have been just made for James' Weekend Reflections.
In the lower part of the box office, even the building across the street is reflected, complete with its parapet.
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Or, you can capture the ancient stones of the Citadel itself, and red benches as a bonus.

If you climb on a bench and raise the camera way over your head, you can catch a few red roofs and satellite dishes of the Old City reflected in the main gate of the Tower of David.
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Hmm, I wonder what people thought, seeing me kneeling in front of a box office photographing glass.
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9 comments:

'Tsuki said...

Lovely cultural reflection... I hope you had a nice visit.

Malyss said...

Try to guess: my favorite is..the one with red benches! :)

Clytie said...

I love the top photo best of all. So beautiful! I also sometimes wonder what people think of me taking pictures sometimes ... beside the road, in the supermarket, in the middle of the parking lot ... mostly they just look at me funny and move away fast! (smile)

Elisa said...

Even if I don´t understand the words, I love your reflections
Greetings from Argentina

Springman said...

Wonderful reflection!

Pietro said...

Oh, I like so much the ancient stones of the Citadel!

Francisca said...

You had to work hard for these fun reflections, Dina! Other than a few sky shots, I think I have not yet posted photos taken specifically for a meme; yet since I started blogging I sure have perceived my world just a little differently! And while in recent weeks I have been chained to my desk working, when out, I sure look for the reflections! :-D Enjoy a fine weekend, Dina.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Great pics. Sometimes I wonder what people think of me while I'm photographing odd angles but I care less and less.

VP said...

I have done worse things than kneeling taking pictures...