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Weekend Reflections: Car in Parking Lot

reflection
in church parking lot
sighted: church

joining James
at Weekend Reflections

Comments

Karen said…
A great reflection and a very clean car!
Malyss said…
Well cleaned cars often offer great reflections! :o)
'Tsuki said…
We don't see a lot of this kind of car in France : thanks for the sharing !
Neat reflection shot ~ Happy Weekend ^_^
Never know where you'll find a reflection making a lovely picture!
James said…
Nicely spotted and taken!
Norma Ruttan said…
indeed! that's why I didn't use my car. lol
A nice choice for a mirror, I'd like to own a caddy some day :-) The reflection on the trunk lid is really interesting too!
NatureFootstep said…
cool reflection, but today I loved your header. :)
Norma Ruttan said…
thank you! It's my most recent favorite.
Anonymous said…
That is a very interesting and creative shot!

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