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Friday, December 21, 2012

Budapest reflections through time


Photos by Richard Schear, 2012
Posted for
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Reflections
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Thanks, James!


Budapest at night is a glorious sight to behold, while, during the day, even in cloudy, foggy weather, windows in heritage buildings reflect the daily activity of this wonderful Hungarian city.
The castle, above, the legislature building and bridge, below, are always favorite subjects for photos, especially at night when the lights reflect on the River Danube.



My intrepid photographer, however, caught a reflection in the gold color of these astonishingly high-heeled shoes in a Budapest store window.


15 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Great reflections for the day!! I really love your night shots on the Danube! Beautiful! Those shoes are amazing! Can't even imagine walking a step in them!!! Hope you have a very wonderful and Merry Christmas, Kay!! Enjoy!

Sylvia

TexWisGirl said...

the lights at night are gorgeous!

Mama Zen said...

Beautiful!

Kerry O'Connor said...

There is an old world glamour that can not be replicated in these European cities. Lovely share, Kay.

MTWaggin said...

I love the shot of the bridge lit up and am happy to have found your blog! The shoes of course are amazing!

'Tsuki said...

I honnestly don't know what I like best : pics of this beautiful city, or the last one, this impressive pair of mirror high heels... Great sharing !

Laura said...

beautiful photos.... my daughter would LOVE those shoes

Dianne said...

Stunning night-time photography with pretty reflections. I love those shoes Kay but the truth is I wouldn't be able to walk a straight line in them.

Lucy Corrander - M2 Photos said...

Shoes - eyecatching!
Have a very happy Christmas!
Lucy

Oakland Daily Photo said...

The bridge shot is very nice. The shoes are very, very tall. Falling off the shoe looks way more dangerous than falling off the bridge.

Audrey said...

les deux avant d ernieres sont superbes,vraiment,bravo !

HansHB said...

A great reflection post!
Merry X-mass to you!

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

I adore your photos, too! We're happily hunkered down, with a fire in the wood stove!

Gattina said...

It must be a beautiful town ! It also stands on my travel list !

James said...

What an amazing city and great photos! Merry Christmas!