Friday, July 8, 2016

Reflective surfaces

I noticed quite a few vacation pictures in the mix that took advantage of reflections.  Here are a few for you to enjoy.

Me, at the Fisherman's Bastion, reflected in a neighboring building, Budapest.  I quite like the "bad vacation snapshot turned inside out" vibe of this one.

Matyas Church, Castle District, Budapest, in Chad's sunglasses.

Matyas Church, Castle District, Budapest, in neighboring building.  The juxtaposition of the old and new is often vaguely amusing.

 Reflective sculpture next to the river at Komarno, Slovakia

 Ghost of Nimue taking a picture of the serpent in the collection of ancient musical instruments in Vienna.

Same ghost, with chandeliers and a crazy bugle.  We spent several hours exploring this museum, which is housed in part of the Habsburg Imperial Palace in Vienna.

Us on the roof of the Museum Danubiana, a relatively new modern art museum on a peninsula in the middle of the Danube just south of Bratislava, Slovakia.  You'll probably be subjected to more pictures from here later, as it was a neat site for a museum with many interesting things to look at!

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