Saturday, March 28, 2015

No Smoke, Just Plenty Of Mirrors

The wall of the Conference Centre gives off unusual reflections from here of both the Rideau Canal....






...as well as the National Arts Centre.


36 comments:

  1. Your header fills me with joy. And today's photos are great too



    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^=

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  2. I think we see through the glass the same as yesterday ... right?
    Have a good one,William.

    Tomás

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  3. Wow! I looove your new spring header shot William, and your mega faceted images :)

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  4. Wow, the new header is wonderful. And the glass shots are way cool.

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  5. Very nice. I would love taking photos of reflections there.

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  6. You've caught many good images in this place.

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  7. @Whisk: thanks!

    @Cloudia: thank you.

    @Tomas: close, but separate shots.

    @Grace: thanks! I'm pleased that the new banner is going so well.

    @Stuart: this is one of those cases where the architect gets it right.

    @Hilary: definitely.

    @EG: I find every once in awhile it's refreshing to do so.

    @Tex: so did I.

    @Marianne: it'll be some weeks before we see them here.

    @Red: thank you!

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  8. I love that glass wall with those wonderful reflections and distorted views.
    Enjoy your weekend, William!

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  9. I do love this building...

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  10. Another great shots! The mirrors remind me of jigsaw puzzles :-)

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  11. I love, nay I adore this series! Blooming marvellous place for photos!

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  12. Great photos, William. And I love your new headerphoto!

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  13. William, I've been waiting for this change.
    Even in my NS had become warmer spring :)

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  14. @Jan: I will have to photograph spring and summer reflections from here.

    @VP: it replaced its predecessor beautifully. The old Congress Centre was a very inward looking structure.

    @Tamago: I can see that!

    @Cheryl: thank you.

    @Ciel: every once in awhile when I turn up here I get carried away.

    @Marleen: I am looking forward to seeing the tulips return.

    @Mariusz: spring still seems elusive in these parts.

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  15. A fabulous place to play with your camera!

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  16. Each panel of glass appears to hold a different snapshot of the surroundings.

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  17. Definitely love the new header! It's good to see when the snow disappears, Canada is really a beautiful place!

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  18. well William you stopped me in my tracks sat and gazed at your banner which is striking and very beautiful loving the lovely red colour took me a minute or two to scroll down to todays post :)

    neat reflections in your subject today :)

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  19. ... in your banner, I'll take the red one over there.

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  20. @RedPat: it certainly is.

    @Reverunner: that's true.

    @Norma: the snow might, eventually, someday... be gone until August!

    @Jen: thank you!

    @Birdman: hah! That's a lot of red!

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  21. I love these kinds of reflective shots - sort of like a whacko jigsaw puzzle that I wouldn't want to try to put together! :)

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  22. Would make a great backdrop for wedding photos!

    Janis
    GDP

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  23. Great images William, everything looks so strange...

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  24. There are so many angles it's almost disorienting! But they do frame interesting views.

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  25. still find that header of yours inspiring and hopeful that Spring will arrive at some time!

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  26. Love photos of reflections. Amazing.

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