zaterdag 24 januari 2015

Reflections

I know I have posted this mirror passage in the Amsterdam Museum before,  but last week when we visited here we couldn't resist to make some photo's again.

Without other visiters SC and I were enjoying a "Weekend Reflection" blogging session together.

19 opmerkingen:

  1. I didn't know there were so many of you!

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  2. Brilliant ! I can see you two had a lot of fun Marianne :)

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  3. The couple that photograph together, say together. (:-0)

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  4. Those photos are so much fun! Thanks, Marianne.

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  5. How fun! Thank for all of your nice comments on my FLW Spring House pictures. I really enjoyed seeing the house and taking the photos. I took so many that it was hard to choose which ones to put on the blog!

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  6. I like that second photo. That smile on SC is full admiration for someone special to him.

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  7. Fun place! I am enjoying your photos.

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  8. You're like Orson Welles ans Rita Hayworth in "the lady of Shangai " ! :o) Great and fun doubble self-portraits !

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  9. But which are the real two, that's the question!

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  10. Dearest Marianne,
    You both were in high spirits one can tell. Lovely photos!
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  11. Prachtige reflecties, zo veele personen ;-)
    De groeten uit Köln, Ingrid
    http://frankafrei.wordpress.com

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  12. Prachtige reflecties, zo veele personen ;-)
    De groeten uit Köln, Ingrid
    http://frankafrei.wordpress.com

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  13. How wonderful to have the area to yourselves and come up with those great reflections.

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  14. Hello both of you. Nice play of reflections

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  15. I can see why you couldn't resist! What a fun way to capture reflections!

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