Friday, January 20, 2012

7 London Eyes (Weekend Reflections # 122)

London, England

Last month I was walking along the Thames river in London when I saw this reflection of The London Eye on the side of a bus. There are seven eyes in this photo but only one is a reflection.

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51 comments:

Antonette said...

Good Morning everyone! My choice for WR is up. Stop on by!

~Antonette

Κωστής Τζαγκαράκης said...

Beautiful reflections and a great photograph James.
Have a great weekend.
Costas

Malyss said...

The pic seems half color/half B&w!
Nice catch and contrast!

Cezar and Léia said...

Wonderful capture James, bravo!
Happy weekend
Léia

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

Ah the things you see in the side of a bus.

Woody said...

I love that reflection, the Ferris wheel is awesome!

Lúcia said...

Love the sense of humour in your creative shot!
Have a good weekend James! ;-)

Ms. Becky said...

you have your own eyes wide open and catch the most clever reflections. another masterpiece James. thanks for hosting WR and happy Friday to you.

NatureFootstep said...

cool shot! Nicely done.

awarewriter said...

Great shot James. I love the juxtaposition of the reflection and the kids.

TexWisGirl said...

what a great ferris wheel!

Gine said...

Ah ! Tu nous surprends à chaque fois ! On ne voit que les gosses au premier abord, et puis ensuite, la grande roue ... Astucieux !

Laura said...

very cool reflection James!

Luis Gomez said...

A great and fun shot James.

Ebie said...

I don't see the 7th eye. I'll come back later.

Its a cool shot~

Dorian Susan said...

James! Wow! Love! It's almost like it's a composite-but better. 7 eyes. You are a funny one. Beautiful image; wish I took it. But then, I've never been to London...wish I traveled to London AND took this. Have a great weekend.

Dianne said...

you're so clever
it took me a moment to realize you were referring to the eyes of the people, I was looking for tiny reflections of THE eye
OY, I'm slow at times

you catch the best stuff James
I love this shot

Le Journal de Chrys said...

Waouhhh, elle est vraiment bien ton image! Vraiment, vraiment bien vu!

Sylvia K said...

You are clever indeed, James, and I love your shot for the day! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Sylvia

Lew said...

Great reflectio! Do you take a spin in the eye?

Gemma Wiseman said...

Amazing how the photo's design suggests that there are 2 sides to reality! And the smiling faces seem to be inviting the viewer into the London Eye! Very creative!

Redruby said...

another great shot again here..and my blog is happy to join!

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NixBlog said...

Lovely reflection, James! Thanks for hosting.

Mama Zen said...

Amazing catch!

Carolyn Ford said...

i love those 7 eyes! awesome eye (excuse the pun) on your part, James!!!

joo said...

I love London and I love this photo!

namaki said...

Bien Vu ! your reflection hunting was great one more time !!!

Linda said...

Very clever shot! Love it...next week I may try to join you...thanks!

lotusleaf said...

Very clever! I liked it!

Noriko said...

Love this photograph. I will be in London for the first time in 2 weeks. Can't wait to see The London Eye....

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Lucky you visiting London. Cool capture.

jennyfreckles said...

Very well seen - I like the visual pun.

s.c said...

Great reflection here. Looks like the side of a bus.Love it. Thanks for showing James.

DawnTreader said...

Nice capture!

Dina said...

Ha, very clever!

Stickup Artist said...

That is a very surreal image! Looks like two very different worlds intersecting; one of heightened day to day reality, and the other from a dream. Most intriguing!

Halcyon said...

Great catch! Wish I could say I caught something when I was walking along the Thames the other day. :)

Jane said...

Great shot!

Liz said...

Brilliant! That certainly is "thinking/looking out of the box".
Happy weekend :)

imac said...

Thats a different Reflection James - Love it Eyes 2 Eyes - so to speak.

Kara said...

That is fantastic!

Irene said...

Nice reflection! Thanks for hosting

Irene :o)

Southwest Arkie said...

What a neat shot James- the bright colors next to the dark shadowy reflection in the window- just perfect for the theme.

Elisa said...

Nice shot James!
Have a nice weekend.
Here is time for summer holidays and it´s too hot.
Elisa, in Argentina

Lesa said...

Terrific! I love window reflections-- it is like peeking into an alternate universe. T

Judy SheldonWalker said...

Love your reflections.

Powell River Books said...

I love the colours and the combination of a closeup and a reflection. Good job. - Margy

Owen said...

Ah, down by Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament ? A beautiful place to stroll...

Amish Stories said...

I like the contrast between the color image and the b/w one. Hi folks from the Amish settlement of Lebanon,Pa. Richard

Pat said...

Great reflection in the bus window. I, too, like the contrast of the colorful photos of real eyes with the b&w reflection of the London Eye.

Chrissy Brand said...

That's a clever one.

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