Friday, June 17, 2011

Rust & Reflection


Across the street from yesterdays post are the Lena Street Lofts. The Treehouse Pastry Shop and Cafe are part of this business complex. While on my way there I caught sight of this reflection in the window. I also love the rusted siding on this part of the complex. Wishing you all a marvelous weekend!

32 comments:

Dennis Ferrol said...

The rusted siding looks cool!

Alan O'Riordan said...

Those mailboxes, Randy... What does it mean when the red pointer is in the "up" position versus the "down"?

VP said...

As Neil Young said: Rust never sleeps!

Allison said...

That rusty siding is wonderful, Randy. And it goes so well with the adobe and turquoise in Santa Fe. Ah... a delight for my eyes!

Kathy said...

I'm a big fan of rust (only in photographs, of course) but I'm somewhat amazed that with Santa Fe's dry climate there is enough moisture to promote rust in your climate. Perhaps someone helped nature along to create a great visual effect.

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Great to follow your daily adventures !

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Isn't it amazing how much more you notice when you take photos. Good spotting with the reflection Randy, great find.

Irredento Urbanita said...

Have a nice weekend too!!

Regards

Valery

Barcelona Daily Photo

Cezar and Léia said...

I like very much the distortion of those lines in your reflection, great shot!
Léia

Farmchick said...

Rust is the best patina.

Marty said...

I always love reflections ! and rust too !
nice shot Randy
bisous

Leif Hagen said...

Really rusty reflection, Randy!

Montreal Photo Daily said...

It's comforting to know that I'm not alone in seeing my world in 2 realities. phew ;-)

Happy Friday !

Luis Gomez said...

Great texture! Have a nice weekend as well Randy.

texwisgirl said...

and to you as well!!!

becky said...

Rust is the best. How's that pastry shop?
Have a great weekend Randy!

Sharon said...

I see this kind of siding being used more and more lately. When I was a kid, you would only see this on out buildings and storage facilities.

Lúcia said...

Rust is always cool in photographs!
Have a good weekend. ;-)

T. Becque said...

I love buildings like that, add reflections and it's even better!

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

Rusty metal instead of adobe? How did they ever slip that one by the city of Sante Fe? Great stuff.

Jarart said...

I like the lines on this one. I'm seeing more of this rusty metal siding used in new buildings now.
Have a nice weekend.

Magpie said...

At first I was looking for a neat reflection in the window...then I saw the hood of the car! Fantastic!
Have a great weekend, Randy!

RedPat said...

Love the reflection and love the siding! Nice catch.

JM said...

... And the rusty wall is reflected in the car. Cool!

cieldequimper said...

This is a brilliant shot, though I would have preferred it without the sign. Happy end of the week! :-)

Teri said...

Rust...I can't get enough of it. It somehow gives me a feeling of eternity. I don't know why that is or where that feeling comes from but it elicits "forever" when I see it and depths that go on and on...

Teri said...

I forgot to say that I when I blew the photo up to really check it out, I noticed the reflection on the front of the car. That one is incredible...so wavy!

yas said...

Nice find! Your catch is always cool.
Have a happy weekend!

Jack said...

Rust in Santa Fe? It doesn't seem like the climate for much rust. In New England, WE got rust.

Regina K said...

Cool rust in NM, we have lots in the midwest.

James said...

Great reflection and nicely framed too!

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