Saturday, January 29, 2011

Weekend Reflections



Reflections in the windows on the side of this historic old house in downtown Tallahassee. Tomorrow I will show you what the front of the house looks like. To see more beautiful reflections from around the world, be sure to visit James at Weekend Reflections.

13 comments:

biebkriebels said...

It is a lovely building with the palmtree in front.

Birdman said...

In the middle of this Maine winter, love your shots of 'another world'.

Sunny said...

Wow, what a lovely house. I hope they buy their Windex in bulk!
☼ Sunny

Jim Klenke said...

Its beautiful, but its not the front? wow.

Lucy the Cat said...

Pretty house and pretty reflections. I love lots of trees. I had to laugh at Sunny's comment about stocking up on Windex.

These reflections are so clear, it's almost like someone hung up pictures of the great outdoors.

Kat said...

What a gorgeous home, and the reflections are great. Can't wait to see what the rest of the place looks like. Sunny's comment cracked me up, that is exactly what I was thinking! Kat

Jacob said...

Very nice reflections! I'm wondering if it was a one-family home or if it still is or if it is being used in another fashion today. Looks like two separate doors in the back which makes me think it might be a duplex of some kind.

Guess I'll just have to wait until tomorrow! :-)

Fabien said...

Really nice vew

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

I will be interested to see more of the house tomorrow. Although the house may be historic and my guess is that the front facade is quite traditional, those large picture windows are certainly a modern renovation.

Jack said...

Great windows. I want to see what their view is.

Halcyon said...

That's a beautiful house. I love, love, love those windows!

Small City Scenes said...

Interesting shot. I like the home and it looks like a jungle reflected in the windows. I like lots of windows--my house has windows like that in the living and dining rooms. MB

Lisa Wilson said...

That house is beautiful!