Lingering Look a Windows: Reflections

Today, for Dawn’s Lingering Look at Windows challenge, I am posting some reflections from a recent wander around Spitalfields in London….

Seen in a wonderful old factory building – the reflections in this window were beautifully sharp and rich in colour (it helped that the sun was quite bright that day!)

Reflections, Wells & Company, Shoreditch

Reflections, Wells & Company, Shoreditch

Now for a sight in a modern window – I like this image, because there seem to be so many layers, and how to untangle what’s inside the shop, and what is reflected from the street outside…

Reflections near Brick Lane

Reflections near Brick Lane

In this one, you can just make out the reflection of the windows on the opposite side of the street…windows in windows!

Reflections in windows of Modern Saree Centre, Spitalfields

Reflections in windows of Modern Saree Centre, Spitalfields

Go for a wander over to Dawn’s blog to see more windows….here.

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32 comments

  1. I LOVE those windows in the old factory building, though I must confess that I find your copyright logo a little distracting. I don’t bother with one as the photos I upload on here are so small they are pretty useless except on a web site. 🙂
    Jude xx

    • Oh dear! I think I’ll need to reduce it a bit, I agree re: small size, but I still don’t see why someone should have my image on their website gratis!! Glad you like my windows… 🙂

  2. Very clever these shots Sue, love the ‘windows in windows’ 🙂 I was in Spitalfields last year, love the vibe there.. 🙂

  3. Abolutely lovely and surprising captures; great job!

    • Thank you, Dina- I had a lovely few hours wandering around and got some interesting shots…the windowless ones will follow at some point in another post!

  4. That first building looks wonderful – is it in use/occupied?

  5. very nice photos = the reflections are such great capture!!

  6. The Brick Lane is certainly an intriguing shot, Sue, though I agree with Jude about copywrite. Love the first one too 🙂

  7. P.S I thought my “copywrite” looked rather strange! 🙂

  8. Suzanne

    That second photo is terrific Sue. An entirely original view of the city. Well done. I agree about your copyright notice. Have you thought of putting a copyright notice on your blog stating that you hold the copyright to all the works on the blog?

  9. vastlycurious.com

    Love these , especially the modern window!

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  11. I love these windows but your descriptions really enhance them!

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