Seating Area Reflections, Copley Square, Boston, 2014
Category: Architecture, Street Photography, Weekly Photo Challenge Tagged: Boston, Copley Square, downtown, glass, Hancock Building, Photography, refections, seating area, texture, Timothy S. Allen, Weekly Photo Challenge
Even without the title, I like this.
Victor, thank you. This photo was taken near the Hancock Building. The seating arrangement is behind the window I photographed. That window reflected the Hancock Building’s reflection of another building. The reflections in the Hancock Building are fun to photograph but I wanted something more. Thanks again for your comments. They are greatly appreciated.
Thanks for the background.
This is amazing! It is impressive how in-details you look at your surroundings!
Really like this, Im having a ‘reflections of buildings in/on buildings’ phase and loving all the subtle differences a reflection can make to an image. Great photo.
A truly artistic composition, everything is just so perfect about this image…. great job!
Thank you so much. Also thank you for following my blog.
This is a truly beautiful photo Tim, and that combination of colours is very tasty!
Thank you. This won first place under the pictorial category in the photo club I’m a member. Tasty as in steak and potatoes? lol.
Nope……definitely as tasty as liver and onion, though…
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