Jakesprinter’s Sunday Post: Reflection

Jake’s set another challenge for the week.

This time it’s about Reflections.

As it happens, I took a lot of pictures in that disused building that was featured in the “Urban” challenge. The building was an old two storey factory (I think) from the days when this village, and those around us, had a thriving coal-mining industry. However, the roof has collapsed in many areas -although the obvious structural dangers don’t seem to deter the local artists from entering and leaving their mark on the place.

We have had a LOT of rain in the North of England this “Summer” (cough!), and standing water is a common feature in most areas, including this building. And with water comes reflections …

© Alice through the Macro Lens [2012]

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12 thoughts on “Jakesprinter’s Sunday Post: Reflection

  1. Well done and quite unique I’d say. That is a lot of standing water!

  2. Thanks Joss. It’s not the prettiest artwork in the building, but even the grungy stuff seems to glow a little in the sunshine.

  3. The light really makes it pop!

  4. Great work for this week topic my friend ,Thanks for sharing 🙂

  5. That is nice!

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  7. OOOH, I love the grunge, the grittyness of these. Fantastic shots. The ‘purity’ of the reflection contrasts with the subject matter. Awesome – evocative. 🙂

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