The glass wall here at the Convention Centre certainly allows for good reflections.
My title yesterday was in reference to the character Kang, a time travelling pain in the neck Big Bad where the Avengers are concerned. A terrific character, but let's just say trying to work him into a movie would cause no end of headaches.
Thanks for the change to spring. Let's start another stage of life. These flowers encourage it!ReplyDelete
Have a good weekend!
I love your new header!ReplyDelete
Makes you feel a bit dizzy to look in the mirrors.ReplyDelete
Love a good wall of mirrors!ReplyDelete
Nice reflections and header. Have a great weekend William.ReplyDelete
This segmented wall is really inviting for this kind of pictures!ReplyDelete
Great glass wall pictures but I have to say I love the new 'top of the page' picture, really lovelyReplyDelete
Fine banner choice for this coming season.ReplyDelete
Awesome new header. You caught a great image in your photo today...very busy.ReplyDelete
William, I'm always fascinated at the biuldings that have all that glass. The reflections are beautiful, but what about the construction and the safety?ReplyDelete
@Tomas: it was time for a changeover, and I picked that one out some weeks ago for the spring banner.ReplyDelete
@Linda: it was taken in Jacques Cartier Park on the Gatineau side of the Ottawa River last May.
@Marianne: it can have that effect.
@Luis: thank you.
@VP: it certainly is.
@Geoff: it was time to change, and somehow the Tulip Festival seems very springlike and appropriate.
@Red: it never seems quite the same, one day to another, photographing there.
@Linda: the glass is quite strong and well cared for, and it has a great network of steel beams keeping it all in place.
Neat reflections, William !ReplyDelete
And I like your new header too !
House of mirrors. ...wild.ReplyDelete
The photographic opportunities are endless with this building. Love the new header photo.ReplyDelete
Somehow it reminds me of a fly's eyes. ;-)ReplyDelete
That glass makes for some interesting reflections!ReplyDelete
@Eve: a big house of mirrors too!
@Sharon: it was my first pick for a spring banner.
@RedPat: I can see that.
@Judy: it certainly does.
Such beautiful reflections. Very nicely distorted :-)ReplyDelete
I love your new header. What beautiful flowers. Perfect for spring!
Ditto on the header.ReplyDelete
What great reflections! Like the new title pic, too, BTW!ReplyDelete
i love love love love love love your header shot ... that is awesome!! too cool!! did i mention i love it. I approve!! ha. ha!! have a nice weekend!! ( :ReplyDelete
Yes the diamond shaped panels really add that extra distortion to the reflections..I think I've said it before, your convention centre is so much more appealing than ours :)ReplyDelete
Great shots! And look at all that snow! :)ReplyDelete
Ah this is brilliant! And look at those tulips!!!ReplyDelete
Wonderful shots again. Like I said yesterday, it must be wonderful to play with your camera, the light and the segments and lines in the wall.ReplyDelete
I like your new header too, I hope you''' have a nice spring overthere.
@Tamago: it'll be five or six weeks until we see them at this rate.ReplyDelete
@Cheryl: thank you.
@Grace: this one works much better than the previous one at this site.
@Meradeth: we still have snow. In fact, it's been snowing most of the day.
@Ciel: they look so fresh.
@Jan: it'll come eventually!
that header is a keeper. Just wish they were blooming!!ReplyDelete
Those diamond shapes certainly offer the avid photography many a photo opportunity to get some unusual shots. And these photos are intriguing. Like distorted realities with creative flair.ReplyDelete
That turned into abstract art.ReplyDelete
That is a beautiful header!!!! Cool photo!ReplyDelete
I too enjoy photographing glass walls and office buildings in large cities are always such good subjects. Sorry for not keeping up with recent blog posts, but even if I don't always comment, still try to read as many as I can but not on a daily basis. Thanks for your recent comments on our posts as well.ReplyDelete
I love your header! Spring in Ottawa means those glorious tulips to me.ReplyDelete
And the glass in your convention center could be a source of endless photographs!
(You're still getting snow?!! That's amazing!)
Even better than yesterday's!ReplyDelete
Looks like a great place for reflections!ReplyDelete
I don't know that character.ReplyDelete
I like the photos. Artsy.ReplyDelete
Beautiful. Also love the new blog header.ReplyDelete
@Gill: the header for spring always comes well before the tulips.ReplyDelete
@Gemma: it's been awhile since I last gave this building a good walk through for photos.
@Mari: it did.
@Beatrice: you're welcome.
@Kay: as of this writing we still have snow on the ground.
@Norma: thank you.
@Linda: that it is.
@Whisk: when written well, he's very good. And bad.
@EG: thank you.