Saturday, 23 October 2010

Puddle


Plenty of puddles everywhere - and just sometimes you find a slice of the world reflected in an interesting way.  Here is Salts Mill's huge chimney and a glimpse of one of the twin towers on the roof.  Note the good solid York stone pavement - that's been around a few years! (They look great but they can be a bit slippery when wet.)  The original stone setts in the roadway were long ago covered in tarmac, though there are some closer to the Mill and in the village that have been preserved.  For newcomers to the blog who would like to see a more usual view of the Mill, see here or click the Salts Mill label below.

For more "Weekend Reflections", go to James's Newtown Area Photo.

26 comments:

  1. Très intéressant, et réussi !

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  2. You caught both a great reflection and a beautyful sum up of Saltaire in autumn!

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  3. I like this photo very much and I like the world reflected in puddles.
    Have a nice weekend:)

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  4. Terrific and unusual! You have so many different lines at work here. Nice job.

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  5. Even leaf filled puddles can offer great reflections and these did/do! Hope you have a great weekend, Jenny!

    Sylvia

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  6. I love the stone pavement and I'm very pleased with myself for knoowing what a sett is without having to Google it :)

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  7. Nice catch on this obelisque : it is quite a original point of view on this monument ; I love the autumn touch too with those leaves according their yellow to the one painted on the ground.

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  8. What a grand chimney, it reflects very well :-)

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  9. Many angles and textures...good eye...nice capture ;-) Peace

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  10. Excellent! But don't park or even stop there!

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  11. Nice "arty" picture full of lines. It's difficult, but I'm trying to shake myself out of well ordered landscapes and I have become more aware of this kind of thing since starting to follow photography blogs. Although not in the same league as this, I'm looking forward to putting one of my reflections on early next month.

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  12. What an interesting shot. Love it

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  13. Aw Jenny that is amazing!

    Hope your weekend is exceptional!

    Betty xx

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  14. Bravo, it's a fabulous composition!
    It's funny the Huge chimney inside the puddle,wonderful capture!I also love the two yellow lines!
    Hugs
    Léia

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  15. A great way to show the chimney off arising from the wet double yellow lines.

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  16. love this reflection jenny...fantastic!

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  17. Right ! great puddle art ! For the moment they are far away ! Here in Egypt it's hot and dry and no puddles around, lol !

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  18. that's a beautifully composed shot!

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  19. Most people would have splashed right on through! You have an eye for the overlooked beauty!

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  20. I like the way this photo made my eyes jump around to see and understand it all. :)

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  21. What a super photo - I love the dark, wet pavement, the damp leaves and the huge reflections of the Mill:)

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  22. well seen and well done!:)

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  23. Quite the charming puddle shot you got!

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