241 window projector


"Saks Fifth Avenue" New York City. (Canon A60, 2005)

Mar 23, 2006

29 comments:

clarence said...

This is a very good mix of reflections and street scene.

pooh said...

I love reflections, you demonstrate a mastery of combining elements that is awe inspiring in this shot.

david said...

excellent; there's great drama in the scene.

John said...

Nice use of reflections in a store window.

Jide ALakija said...

Best I've seen on yor site.

still said...

Just sharp and superb!

micki said...

Well thought out composition. Like this one.

Her outfit looks like something the flappers would have worn.

neil said...

Great shot and great blog.

Best wishes
Neil

àsìkò said...

very nice and creative reflection, me likey

anagnorisis said...

what a lovely scene.. ;)

navin harish said...

Brilliant shot. I tried something like this some time ago but not as sucessfully as you have.

Chris [57 degrees] said...

Excellent reflective photo!

壁虎 said...

This shot is special, looks as if it was some photomontage with the reflections on the glass. B/W just perfected this unique shot!

Legabal said...

Awesome shot.
The beautiful maniquie was all the night of celebration, went away, made desire, in the eyes of the poor woman. It was sleeping in horrible beds. When it leaves the sun it enters of finishing nails the showcase, feels with well-taken care of and incredulity the clean silk, it returns to the home. It will have dreamed?

ebe said...

Excellent!! Two great images in only one shot!!

PD: About your comment in my blog, I want to say that they are really shaking hands, I will try to show that it’s more important the friendship than enmity. And the other ones, the unfocused, are very happy with it. Just like millions of Spanish people, with the communicate of the terrorist band ETA: they will end the terrorist facts permanently. It was really a great day.

Nice weekend!

Ah! Thanks a lot for include my blog in pixibition favorite photoblogs list.
(Sorry if there are any mistakes, I know that my English is not good enough)

ana said...

OH, I really like this one. Wow...so much to look at.

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realy nicly done I love it black and white make the shot


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Gary said...

love this shot, so intriguing

samcam said...

Striking! Very kewl reflection!

Dia said...

Amazing, its like two photos in one, the reflection is so clear:)

wisconsin pics said...

Thanks for the comment

S. crypt said...

It doesn't even look like a photo to me. I thought its one of those real deep thought paintings. Excellent composition!

suby said...

Love this shot, love the way you captured the mannequin and the beauty and the structures of NY. Good shot

David Kapp said...

You know I'm going to love this. Awesome reflection shot. Perfect balance between display & the real world.

jlbussey said...

Cool. I love the way that you handle reflections in windows and other things - one has to stop and really look at the picture to figure it out. That kind of thing always facinates me.

Fantom Poet said...

Theres been a whole bunch of images with this type of subject lately (mannequin's and reflections) And truely this is the best I have seen great shot.

Sidney said...

Wow! Amazing reflection. Very eerie ! Well done !

Phil said...

This is very cool! Both images are so clear and detailed.

BrossanovA said...

Another great compositions with reflections. You are really a master of this kind of photography. I like the buildings and the sky, mixed with that mannequin.