Monday, September 28, 2009

Les Lumières


Richard Tubb Interiors at the Pepper Place was a nice place to explore on a rainy Saturday. I was fascinated with these wonderful paper lanterns suspended from the ceiling. The reflection was just too good to pass up.

17 comments:

Olivier said...

j'adore, superbe travail sur la lumiere. bravo

James said...

Hi Virginia, I love this shot and it would be perfect for my new meme called Weekend Reflections at my Newtown blog. It's every weekend starting on Fridays.

The photos can have any kind of reflection mirror,water,window etc.

You are welcome anytime.

Gunn White said...

Well seen and well done!:-)

Kcalpesh said...

Light perfectly captured in the dark! Lovely shot! Very nicely done!

- Pixellicious Photos

B SQUARED said...

It borders on the abstract. Very nice.

jb said...

On reflection, I think I'd have preferred to have seen the originals..
http://bit.ly/4lO7pn

Jilly said...

how beautifully this works, the reflection with an autumnal background.

altadenahiker said...

How elegant. How calming.

Thérèse said...

Only a question of spelling "paper place or pepper place?"

Halcyon said...

Those are very nice!

marley said...

Very nice V. These used to be all the rage back in the 80's and now (surprise, surprise!) they have made a come back.

JM said...

I love the double (or triple) framing on this one, V.! Well done!

By the way, as you were not sure about the hotel I posted yesterday, take a look here for a better understanding of the architecture: http://www.farol.com.pt/ :-)

Bob Crowe said...

Good eye, as they say. It takes practice and careful observation to pick out such unusual shots.

Virginia said...

JM,
Oh yes, you were right. I want to check in that hotel and not check out! I see myself on one of those lounge chairs overlooking that fabulous ocean. Oh please!!!

Bob,
Rain rain and more rain, make for a creative eye my friend.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

very elegant. they look like they should be in a spa or zen like place

Marie-Noyale said...

A Thousands suns...to replace the rain!

Maya said...

Ooh, I love shots like this. Very nice.