Today's Flowers: Flower Shop Window

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This is the view I found in a flower shop window in Pawling, New York, last week. There was a window box below the pane, and the plantings in it created an additional layer in this image.

Today's Flowers

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  1. those are lovely :)

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  2. At first I thought you had made some type of Photoshop composite but this is way cooler than that. Good eye.

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  3. ...a peek into the window of your flowery soul!

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  4. Very nice photo, and I like the colors.

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  5. That is a fun photo! Both refections and beautiful flowers! Thanks for sharing on Today's Flowers!

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  6. Sandy I cannot stop staring at this - it is gorgeous! Love the reflection.
    This will probably be my favorite today. :)

    Carletta’s Captures.

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  7. What a great shot. I wouldn't have guessed it's a flower shop window. Almost looks like it's a field of flowers with the reflection from a car window. Beautiful!

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  8. Wow! Such an impressive shot! Love the reflection and the clouds added a more dramatic scenery.

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  9. I have no other word to say than wonderful!
    Congratulations for so beautiful shot!

    Have a nice week!

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  10. cheerful colorful shot, I love flowers

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  11. Sandy: Beautiful capture of the flowers and the sky in the window.

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  12. Sandy,
    This is a wonderful collage and so artistic!
    Spirithelpers

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  13. Terrific shot! I adore the reflections. Good catch, Sandy.

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  14. Great picture, great shot!!
    I love the reflections in the window telling me it is late summer.
    Thank you for visiting and leaving a comment.

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  15. Just lovely Sandy!

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  16. Gerber Daisies and Sunflowers. Can't hardly beat that combo.

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  17. Super combination of waht's inside and what's outside! Love it!

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  18. Your sunflowers are in the sky.

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  19. How beautiful and I love the reflections!

    Enjoy!

    Sylvia

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  20. Very reflective. And tricky.

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  21. Just perfect. Those colours look great. Muted and bright. Just perfect!

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  22. Great composition Sandy!Could be good for a SWF entry too!
    If you like "girl pinks and white"...come on over...and perhaps a side trip to *Paris France!! Happy weekend!

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  23. God's flower shop Sandy

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  24. the beauty of flower arrangement. it's an art too.

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  25. Really cool photo. The reflection makes it great.

    An Arkies Musings

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  26. Nothing here is profane, though we have the free will to make ourselves SEEM so.....

    Aloha you lovely flower ;-]

    Comfort Spiral

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  27. Beautiful composition of late summer!
    Thanks
    :-)

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  28. I'm a flower NUT so I naturally loved the photo...BUT... I haven't commented on your blog for a while and have to tell you that your last post on "Romance" knocked my socks off! Omigosh! What a sweet story. I want to make a copy and carry around with me for several weeks just for the cheer me up, feel good factor.

    You are truly a little miracle in my life!

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  29. Great shot, I love the colour, so bright...

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  30. wonderful captured of a beautiful flowers in the window.

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  31. I love the reflection in this. Excellent.

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  32. great captured of the reflection of flowers.

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  33. Ah, the fall colors have arrived! We have our eyes open for some Mums to plant under the mailbox.

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  34. Ah! That's a very clever photo.

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  35. Stunning example of being in the right place at the right time, Sandy!

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  36. I love reflective shots .. this is super

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  37. Anonymous10:52 AM

    Cute, colourful pic!!
    Very indigenous of shooting a pic spontaneously...:)
    Reflection looks gr8...
    Keep writing and shooting wonderful pictures!!

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  38. Beautiful compstion and a lovely capture!
    Have a nice week Sandy.
    Just visited as I was out the whole day.

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  39. Hi, Sandy
    I just realized that because you're not on blogger and it's not handy to "follow" your blog, I've been missing out on so many wonderful posts here! I'm about to remedy that by adding you to the blogroll at the Pagan's Eye.

    This is perfect. My shop window shots are mostly garbage but I have taken maybe two that I liked. You inspire me to keep trying!

    I wanted to say I really liked your comment at Cloudia's site: about how a smile is an invitation to play! It's so true. And so many people don't know how to smile in a genuine way. But then again, there are many who do and it's always a pleasure!

    Peace and love,
    Gina

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  40. what a lovely pic My dear Friend

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  41. Lovely image! What attractive reflections!

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  42. Lovely and very unusual!

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  43. The framework is artistic. Flowers do impel fascinating creations.

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  44. that's a beautiful "fool-the-eye shot, Sandy!

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  45. A great TF photo. Love the reflection of the sky in the window. So many dimensions to this image. Thank you for sharing it, and thank you also for visiting my blog and leaving such a nice comment.

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  46. truly a beautiful find

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  47. Anonymous12:35 PM

    The picture had a serene effect on me....enjoyed the sky, the gree trees, the bright flowers and the willowy grass...wonderful picture.

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  48. To see the sky in the window like that, MB

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  49. thanks for your visit
    I was travelling, dear and I couldnt visit u
    graceolsson.com/blog

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  50. You captured them great!At first sight,I thought that the picture was edited with photoshop.
    I really like it,.keep on posting!

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