Photos taken in and around West Phoenix, AZ
great capture of the reflection...makes it look like a forest. smiles. have a wonderful saturday!
I like the shadow of palm trees on the sides of buildings, but your reflection is even better.
Super reflections. MB
If it weren't for the reflections, these square glass buildings would be so dull. The reflections are liking artwork that constantly changes with the time of day, time of year, and the wheather.
The pretty picture makes it look like it's cool enough to be outside for more than ten minutes at a time. Probably not though.
great reflection shot and I love date palms. they re more elegant that the regular tall palms that were started here.
I love the palms in the reflection- I actually prefer the ones in the reflection. You've a good eye - its an interesting photo ;) Rosiehttp://centreofinterest.blogspot.com/2010/07/river-almond-perthshire-conglomeration.html
Very pretty. I like how there are more trees in the reflection than you can see in front of the building.
There is almost nothing more interesting than palm trees reflected against windows--I saw my first palm tree when I was in my mid-twenties. I'm still fascinated by them.
What a beautiful reflection picture. Great shot
Wow! That's what I call a perfect reflection!
Oooooooh - That is a perfect reflections shot!!!!!
This is so far, one of the nicest reflection shots of the week. Just looking at it, I want to be there.
Wonderful! So much texture here, I love it! And wow, that's high-quality glass there — the reflection's perfect. I don't see an inch of distortion.
Great one for Weekend Reflections! I'm always on the lookout and they're sometimes hidden in plain site.
We have a mirrored building here too (well, actually a few of them, that seems to be the trend) and I keep looking for a photo there, but I haven't spotted it yet. Good spot on your part!
This photo is a beauty; however, your lightening and fire one left me speechless.
That is just awesome! I love reflections.
Great reflection. I like palm trees. I almost never see palm trees anymore since I moved away from California.
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