Lingering Look at Windows : Reflections of Sydney

Modern cities are monuments of towering glass interspersed with the historical buildings of yesteryear. The glass sparkles and shines reflecting the buildings around them. They fascinate me and make ideal subjects for todays window challenge.

Buildings of all shapes and sizes

Buildings of all shapes and sizes

Busy city street

Busy city street

But look closer and they are all reflections

But look closer and they are all reflections

Reflections soaring to the sky

Reflections of historical Queen Victoria building in front of a glass tower reflected in a glass tower.

 

Sydney Harbour Bridge reflected in the windows of the Opera House

Sydney Harbour Bridge reflected in the windows of the Opera House

The harbour and the city reflected in the Opera House windows

The harbour and the city reflected in the Opera House windows

Statue of the Virgin Mary reflected in the windows of St Andrews school

Statue of the Virgin Mary reflected in the windows of St Andrews school. Can you see Jack?

 

Reflections in the back window of a car of a hotel in the Rocks area

Reflections in the back window of a car of a hotel in the Rocks area

Finally one last reflection in the airport windows as we left Sydney

Finally one last reflection in the airport windows as we left Sydney

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Dawn from ” The day after” has a challenge to find windows and post them each week. I love these Word Press challenges they open your eyes to the world around you. I also enjoy looking through all the other interesting and varied windows from around the world. Go to Dawns link, you may have some windows you can share with us.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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14 thoughts on “Lingering Look at Windows : Reflections of Sydney

  1. Hi PP- Wonderful reflections. Looks like you are really having fun in Sydney. So are we!

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  2. poppytump

    Ah smashing pictures PP .
    Gosh …you make me wish we could visit again 🙂
    How fantastic to have a son with an apartment for you to use for holidays like this 😉

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  3. You’ve captured some great reflection, Pommepal. I enjoyed your window gallery. 🙂

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  4. I love that shot with the Queen Victoria building. Great reflections.

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  5. Pingback: Lingering Look at Windows: Through the window | Reflections and Nightmares- Irene A Waters (writer and memoirist)

  6. I love these reflections! Well done~

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  7. All good PP – I particularly like how you captured the reflection in the car window. Nice one!
    Jude xx
    PS. Which hotel are you staying in? I’m making a list for my next visit 🙂

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