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Friday, November 26, 2010

weekend reflection:Auckland new museum building





http://newtowndailyphoto.blogspot.com/

In this building, some one polished the floor very well at the reception area.

16 comments:

George said...

That floor definitely has a high shine, and you captured some great reflections in it.

Sylvia K said...

Terrific reflections, Ann! What a shining floor! Hope you have a great weekend! Enjoy!

Sylvia

Ginny said...

We don't usually see reflections on a floor in blogland, this is cool and very different from the usual window and mirror ones!

Windsmoke. said...

Most people don't give the floor a second glance in buildings like that, let alone see reflections in the polished floor, well spotted.

Small City Scenes said...

Cool reflection. I like it. I wish my kitchen floor was that shiny. MB

Cezar and Léia said...

Wow Anne, BRAVO!
It's a fine reflection, very well done!
Léia

RuneE said...

It pays to polish a floor :-)

Maia said...

Lovely reflection photo. You have a good eye to spot interesting reflections.

Reader Wil said...

Very great reflection. It's good you showed where the reflection came from!
You asked something about tulips. Yes, they and other bulbs, like hyacinths, narcissuses and daffodils, grow everywhere in the Netherlands, but they are especially grown in two provinces of my country: North-Holland and South-Holland. The bulb fields are only in bloom in April and May, then the bulbs are harvested for the markets all over the world.In those months the bulb field are major attractions for tourists.

Al said...

Good catch. At first I was wondering what it was in that first photo.

'Tsuki said...

I just love the effect of motion on the first picture... Very surprising !

Carver said...

I like the reflection so much. Very interesting.

Springman said...

Wow, way cool!

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

Beautiful reflection.

Darryl and Ruth : )

Louis la Vache said...

Nice capture of the reflection, Ann.

James said...

That is one nicely polished floor. Nice reflections!