Saturday, February 6, 2010

Reflected

Scali delle Cantine, LivornoA view of the “Scali delle Cantine” from “Piazza della Repubblica”.Scali delle Cantine, LivornoThe embankment on the left is part of the “Fortezza Nuova”.

See also: Scali delle Cantine - Piazza della Repubblica - Fortezza Nuova

36 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Awesome and colorful reflection. Great capture!

Steffe said...

I love reflections. These are two good ones.

Luis Gomez said...

Beautiful reflections Vogon.

Serendipity said...

Great reflections, perfectly crisp and beautiful colours.

Stine in Ontario said...

Outstanding reflections! Excellent!

Jacob said...

Okay, you sort of outdid yourself again! What a fantastic day this must have been...the sky and the colors, and, of course, the reflections you have transformed into digital perfection!

istanbuldailyphoto said...

Reflection looks great.

Lindz said...

I love these photos makes me wanna be there.

James said...

The sky, the water,the buildings everything is so beautiful. I almost feel greedy to expect a reflection. Outstaning pictures VP.

mbkatc230 said...

Bravo! These are gorgeous, the colors are amazing. And you captured such wonderful reflections too. Is it possible to take a bad photo in your beautiful country? Kathy

Clueless in Boston said...

Beautiful reflections. Love the colors of the buildings.

Pat said...

Wow - You couldn't ask for a better picture - the colors are crisp - the sky is a gorgeous blue, and those reflections are spot on. I thought the top photo was a painting at first! These are stunning!

Lily Hydrangea said...

This is so cool! so bright and beautiful!

Three Rivers, Michigan said...

Wow - this would be SO fun to paint, the reflections and the different colored but similar buildings. And boats, too!
Three Rivers Daily Photo

Dina said...

So pretty it makes me want to steal a boat and put out to sea.

Saretta said...

Nice reflections! I particularly like the second photo as it includes the boats.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Beautiful shots and nice reflections !! Great

Andreea said...

Amazing colors, they look so crisp in both the buildings and the reflection.

Chef Kar said...

The crispness in the shots make the colorful reflections shine all that much more. Gorgeous!!

You can find mine here:
Weekend Reflection ~ Ghostly Images

Ilse said...

Wow! Such lovely, lovely photos! You really captured one of those "everything in life is perfect" moments. And, such a beautiful vista.

Yes. The bricks in the apartment building in Boston are real. It's what is called "a pre-war building." Pre WW II. Exceedingly fine & solid construction. Such buildings went up in the 1920's & 1930's.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Nothing beats a reflection in Italy on a sunny day; something the world has known- - at least since the days of Peter the Great!

Jan
GDP

Carletta said...

Water reflections are my favorite and I really like this one and the colors.
Well done!

Thank you for your visit to my icy reflections. :)

Small City Scenes said...

Excellent reflected shot.
You could flip the pic and nobody would know. LOL MB

Gunn White said...

I love it
A great shot and a great place.
What a view.

Thérèse said...

Such a clear view of the place!

Hilda said...

I like the pastel colors of the buildings. Lovely!

Diane AZ said...

Lovely colors and reflections, fun shots!

cieldequimper said...

Perfectly crisp, wonderful weather (lucky you), love the roundness of the harbour.

Cezar and Léia said...

A city reflected...it's wonderful, I loved the different colours of those buildings, juts adorable!
Hugs
Léia

Riet said...

Beautiful reflection pictures. I love the colours of the buildings

Jilly said...

Oh yes! Fabulous shots. The colours, the boats, the reflection, the light, the sky. Heavenly! Bravo.

m_m said...

Awesome photos. The reflections are superb! Very beautiful view. I love especially the first pic. It's a beautiful place. Congrats!

joo said...

Beautiful reflections and the sky is so beautiful:)

m_m said...

Great capture!

awarewriter said...

Excellent images. I think the wider second shot says it best.

JM said...

Absolutely beautiful! I'm especially fond of the first shot!