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Sunday, November 04, 2007


Remember the roadworks on Market Street?

Here is a reflective look at them. Towards the top right is the shop sign for Up & Running.


ro_pumpkin said...

thank you for your comment hyde . i hope that to (posting more than a month). i only discovered yesterday that was another blog for brasov and i'm surprised that you know about it.
all the best

Deslilas said...

"Les miroirs feraient bien de réfléchir" was the title of a french book with ambiguity about the meaning of the verb.
"Mirrors should better reflect ( or think about it).
Nice photo.

Deslilas said...

The good one is "Les miroirs feraient bien de réfléchir avant de renvoyer les images". It was said by Jean Cocteau and borrowed by François Bon for a book.
"Mirrors should better reflect (think) before they return the images".

KAZ said...

Very 'Arty' Gerald - I love it.

Kari & Kijsa said...

Read your comment about music on blogs, and hopped over! Love your photos!

kari & kijsa

Anonymous said...

I guess "orange" color us used all over with road construction or destruction. It points up the fact that there is some things that we could recognize without words. We or I should say those who work on our roads here generally use a large plastic drum colored orange to warn drivers and others of the danger in the area and to direct them off or away from it.


JoAnn - NL "My digital eyes" :) said...

Hi Gerald,
Just see how you're doing today or these days, Great done this shot about 'refelections'.

Have a good sunday, today...
I missed your vsitis, are you ok?

What do you eat in the morning?
Look at my blog and see my Dutch(part of ) breakfast:)

Greetings JoAnn:)

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