Friday, January 08, 2010

Mirror, mirror on the pole...

"First the snow fell on me"

"Then the sun woke me"

"At last I froze..."


James at Newtown Area Photo has a meme called Weekend Reflections. Post a reflection during the week-end, log on to MckLinky via his site - and you're on.

49 comments:

Dina said...

Oh poor mirror! What a life.

But with such scenes to reflect, this mirror on the pole is the fairest of them all.

Rune (Bildebloggen) said...

Det var fine bilder fra speilet Rune, veldig godt fanget! Ønsker deg er riktig fin helg :)

Gärdsmygen said...

Det där gjorde du bra och sen söt liten saga blev det också:)

John said...

An interesting little triptych.

Dagrun said...

Så flott serie og glimrende refleksjoner!

Phoenix C. said...

How beautiful! The scene in the mirror looks like a painting, especially on the first photo. Like an entrance to a marvellous world!

Yolanda said...

What a great series of shots - so intriguing and dreamlike! I love these!

Mama Zen said...

These are amazing!

Malyss said...

It's like a magyc Christmas decoration, in which the view changes according to the one who's watching...

Carolyn Ford said...

I can't stop looking and comparing these 3 mirrors! What a wonderful post. I am wondering how much time lapsed between photos? Very beautiful scenes in those mirrors, indeed!

Coffeedoff said...

Lovely reflections!

Carol said...

Nice series with great reflections; even the frozen mirror in the sun is beautiful.

Anne-Berit said...

Har du sett så stilige bilder.Du har øynene med deg du.Kjempefint.
God helg:)

imac said...

Great idea Rune, my friend.
Also the photos are interesting.

Maria said...

Ja det kan inte vara lätt att vara en spegel såna gånger. Tack för titten hos mig.

Paulie said...

Definitely different/unique for me anyway.

Stine in Ontario said...

This is such a clever post! Well done!

Regina said...

Wow. What a delight! Love the snow.

Rebecca said...

The mirror makes a perfect frame with the nicely added red punches.

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

What a clever idea. The second shot is brilliant - like something out of a Victorian children's story book.
Cheers.
Melbourne Daily Photo

VALKYRIEN said...

Jøss, det var en fin serie! Kommer til å tenke på deg hver gang jeg ser et av disse speilene nå! :)

Masse snø i Bergen også! Ser det på benkebildene dine! Ikke mulig å oppdrive sitteplass!

Tunes Photo said...

Flott sett! Da jeg kjørte til jobb i dag og skiltene med fartsgrenser var tilsnødd lurte jeg på om det gikk ann å sno seg unna med at det ikke er mulig å se dem....

Crafty Green Poet said...

what a lovely series of shots, the second is my favourite, beautiful!

Grace and Bradley said...

Fantastic, you actually took the time to photograph the mirror three times and added so much more interest to it. The reflection by itself is stunning.

Rune (Bildebloggen) said...

Måtte bare sjekke litt, Bragernes kirke er tegnet av E.R.D. Norgrenn og Johanneskirken av Herman Major Backer, ingen tvil om at det var likheter mellom dem nei, skulle nesten tro de satt ved siden av hverandre og tegnet :)

Prospero said...

That's an interesting pole! Happy new year, Rune.

Sharon said...

Great shots!
I love it when people "think outside" the square for their photos.
Very inspirational for me!
sharon

Thérèse said...

An excellent Picture story!

Greyscale Territory said...

Delightful series of photos! Especially loved the magic of the sun waking the mirror!

Serendipity said...

Wow, great series of shots.

Sistertex said...

And just how cool is this...very.
Really a terrific series! I have to say that I really love the middle one where I can see the city. Though the first one is really impressive as well. The third brings it on home! Very effective post, nicely done as always!

Rinkly Rimes said...

How original and absolutely delightful! Each shot is unique and so attractive.

Carletta said...

Superb reflections and photo essay!
Love your header and the position of the sun - terrific shot!

Gena @ thinking aloud said...

EXCELLENT!!!!!! Great detail, great "story" and the touch of red, well what more can I say - perfect!
happy weekend
Gena

raf said...

Splendid images and post, Rune and so perfect for Weekend Reflections. Bravo!

Hilda said...

Gosh, how did that last happen? I thought it was going to be fully revealed!

Happy weekend!

SquirrelQueen said...

Excellent reflections and such a clever post. Wonderful!

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

and we think we've got bad weather here - great series of shots.

cieldequimper said...

For once I could have tried the same! Excellent photos, beautiful sky too!

lynnwiles said...

This is one of those - hey, why haven't I thought of that? - kind of things. I love each one and then as a series they each become somehow better.

mbkatc230 said...

These are beautiful shots, and such a great, creative idea. The second shot is just gorgeous, it could be an ornament! Kathy

Mediterranean kiwi said...

i just heard on the news that it's -42C in some parts of norway - that's a 60 degree difference between north and south europe (we have 19 now)

i hope you are well and the good new will be prosperous for you

BaysideLife said...

Lovely series of photos. It looks a treacherous stretch of road, so I'm glad the second shot finds the street cleared.

Ida said...

Veldig flott serie.
Det siste bilder er nydelig!
Klare farger og kontraster.
FINT! :)

Charles Bjørnsen Ravndal said...

Jeg liker bildene. Veldig kreativ!

amatamari© said...

Great idea, wonderful execution:
a photographic series funny and very, very beautiful!
:-)
Thanks!

eileeninmd said...

WOW, these are just wonderful ! Very creative and well done!

Viola said...

Kult! Litt av en sving og litt av noen spor på det første der! ;)

The Cowgirl said...

Love this set...the colors, everything. Second shot is particularly great with the contrasts.