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Friday, December 20, 2013

Sky can be seen in reflections

When the cartop carrier came off his car's top on the Trans Canada Highway, my husband was very pleased no one was directly behind him. Not only that, but the carrier landed on the shoulder and not on the pavement. A man with a truck soon stopped and offered to follow Dick home, bringing the errant carrier in his truck.
Pictures, of course, had to be taken to prove to the friendly insurance people that there was some damage to the car.
During this process, the roof, hood, windshield and windows all reflected blue sky, white clouds, and trees, while the metal and glass even reflected my intrepid photographer his very self (if you look closely in the second and third photos).



Photos by Richard Schear, 2013
Posted for  Sky Watch Friday

14 comments:

'Tsuki said...

The shape of the cloud is so amazing... Nice car reflection indeed !

Gattina said...

That's a real special skywatch !!

Sylvia K said...

Great reflections for the day!! Love seeing the sky!! Hope you and your family have a wonderful and very Merry Christmas, Kay!! Enjoy!
Sylvia

Taken For Granted said...

The loss of the car top carrier must have been frustrating, but you got some great reflection photos out of this incident.

HansHB said...

Nice reflections!
Well done!

EG CameraGirl said...

OH DEAR! That must have been a terrible surprise!

Norma Ruttan said...

I like the clouds reflected on the car's hood.

Pearl Maple said...

Happy holidays to you and your family, that is a fun way to capture your views of the sky

SquirrelQueen said...

Oh wow, that must have been scary as the carrier flew off. I love those reflections.

Jim said...

Great reflections.

Laura said...

most important of all, I'm glad no one was injured! Your reflections are beautiful:-)

James said...

Neat cloud reflections!

Powell River Books said...

Lucky it turned out so well, even if it did cause damage. it could have been a lot worse for Dick and the cars behind. - Margy

Kay said...

Very nice reflections, Kay. Nice people live in Canada.