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Saturday, January 22, 2011

Weekend Reflections
in a puddle on Markland Street

Markland Street consists of two halves. The top half, overlooking Swains Valley Allotments, leads off the end of Haughton Street and ends above the old railway embankment.

The other half leads off Dowson Road.

The two sections are cut off by some garages here reflected in a deep puddle.

This time last year the ground was covered in snow.

More weekend reflections can be found at Newtown Area Photo.


Gine said...

Elle paraît très profonde, cette flaque ! Jolie impression !

Sylvia K said...

Terrific reflection! Amazing where we can find them once we start looking! Hope you have a great weekend!


Cezar and Léia said...

Very interesting capture, the reflection is really perfect!

Gabriela Abalo said...

Awesome reflection!

have a great weekend

cheers from Uruguay :)

Karen said...

Excellent reflection, it makes the puddle look like it has great depth.

Gailsman said...

Good shot of the puddle. Will the council be filling it in anytime soon?

Tash said...

Very cool reflection! Before reading the title, I thought it was a canal. Well done!

Oakland Daily Photo said...

I love these kind of shots. The depth of view achieved in half an inch of water is miraculous.

jeannette said...

Wow, this reflection carries a story (would be great for a book cover:) )

'Tsuki said...

I like the natural aspect of black and white on this shot... It look kind of mysterious...

Serendipity said...

I love reflections in puddles :-)

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