First in Dorset. Now West Yorkshire.
And a sneak peek of the photographer! At first I thought: is that woman weeping? Then I realized it was you, hunched over for the shot.My word verification word is quite polite this morning: shall.
Caught like a Banksy. And what a great shot.
Yep, gotcha! Terrific capture for the day!! Have a great weekend!Sylvia
Hey! There's a lady inside that building taking a photo of you! JK!Nice one Lucy!
The composition of this is really neat!
Nice composition ! I juste love the "point de fuite" effect you were able to catch : it gives so much dept to the picture... A great self-portrait !
Great perspective and funny self-portrait!
I like this very much! The shapes and patterns are great and I love the way the racks lead my eye to your framed reflection.
It's a nice photo with interesting perspective!
A joy for the sense of sight. Makes the building bright. Please have a good start into the weekend.daily athens
Ha! A self portrait too.
I see you :)I love the shape of the barricades
Your reflection is so perfectly clear, at really thought it was a person and kept looking for the "reflection"
Hehe! This is fun!
Hello Everyone. I'm glad you like the reflection beyond the . . . I said 'barriers' in the title but I think they are really places to chain bicycles!I hadn't realised my reflection was included when I took the photo. Indeed, when I first saw the picture, I was retrospectively embarrassed, thinking someone had been looking out of a window and had been watching me with my camera . . . !Lucy
neat capture. whatta reflection :D beautifulShadows and Reflection
Interesting shot. I have to ask Why the barriers? What is out of the picture that might answer the reason. Could they be storage for bicycles?
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