Thursday, November 11, 2010

THINGS AREN'T ALWAYS WHAT THEY SEEM TO BE



Happy Weekend Everyone.
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17 comments:

Olivier said...

un magnifique paysage et un superbe reflet

Kerri said...

Really awesome reflection!!

Sandra said...

it is such a pefect reflection, i bet if it were turned upside down like squirrel queens header, we could not tell the up from the down. super duper capture

Life with Kaishon said...

I love it. And you. Wishing you the most magnificent weekend!

Leena said...

Hello after a long time!
Beautiful reflection in your photo, I wonder where this pyramid is :)
I just got tired with Aminus3. blog and one evening I took photos to Flickr and closed my sites.
I thought, that I will visit there but I did not do that at all.
I think, that a biggest reason was, that I am all the time traveling to the grandchildren and back and again. . . .
Otherwise we all are doing well, I hope same to you and yours!

And I wish you very happy weekend.

Wanda said...

Right side up ~~~~ or up side down...

Great reflections, Sue... You have a great weekend too. Don is feeling good, so we're off to Kaleb's game.

Kansas Bob said...

Have a fun one!

Ginny said...

Georgous picture, but what is it? And what does it seem to be? Does it seem to be a pyramid, but really is a building?

Ruth D~ said...

Sometimes they are only half of what you think. :>)

Beautiful reflection.

LC said...

Love this photo! Best of weekends to you, too.

Stacey Dawn said...

what a gorgeous blue!!! Yikes - it's so clear!

Mike Simmons said...

Nice shot Sue!

Mike said...

Intriguing photo!

Hilary said...

Oh nice. What is this pyramid-shaped building?

Merisi said...

Such an interesting building!
Is it part of an office park?

Dsole said...

Hi there Sue!
it's been a long time since my last visit, I'm just back again to the blogger world, well, I'm just trying
This is a great reflection, what it is? it seems an aztec-piramid (i don't know if that's written right, sorry).
Lovely blue sky, see you soon :)

AVCr8teur said...

I remember seeing this building in Sacramento, but had no clue what it was.