Travel Week continues: Two in One

I love taking reflection shots; there is just something so fascinating about them.  In this case I forget the name of the building that’s doing the reflecting but the reflections are of Trinity Church (built 1872-1877) and of the Fairmont Copley (opened 1912) right in and across from Copley Square in the Back Bay area of Boston.  The way I shot this image it almost – if you stretch your imagination a bit – looks as if the reflection is of one building.


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16 Responses to Travel Week continues: Two in One

  1. What is SO cool about this capture…you connected the old world with the new world…great job my friend….this is a framer.

  2. Kongo says:

    Great image and I agree with Pride In Photos comment about how you captured the old architecture with the new. Photos like this make you pause and think about the world we live in. What else could be better?

  3. I’m with you – I love reflection photos. This one is just excellent! Thanks for sharing.

  4. The Dose of Reality says:

    That is GORGEOUS!! What a cool, cool photograph! (and I can totally see the reflected buildings as one building!) –Lisa

  5. gtonthenet says:

    That is a great spot!

  6. ChgoJohn says:

    Great shot, Teri. How cool of that architectural firm to erect a building meant to reflect those around it?

  7. dhphotosite says:

    Neato! The old reflected in the new!

  8. Great capture! Getting the church reflection in so much detail and so clear is excellent!

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