Reflections Version Two by onewing

Reflections Version Two

I am posting very early today as I am out for lunch shortly and then out again this evening too.

As promised here is version two of the reflection shots I took in Newcastle recently.

I am not sure which I prefer. On reflection (sorry about the pun) I think I prefer yesterdays shot but I do like the brightly coloured ute in the foreground here too.
I like this one! Cool coloured truck!
November 24th, 2016  
That is a rather bright addition to your composition! FAV!
November 24th, 2016  
Great use of reflection and I do like that bright yellow truck in the foreground.
November 24th, 2016  
Haven't seen the other shot Babs, but I do like this one. The bright yellow ute is a great visual counter-balance to the bluey-greens of the rest of the shot.
November 24th, 2016  
Another great capture of reflections and lines
November 24th, 2016  
Such a great colour combination and composition
November 24th, 2016  
Nice shot I like the bright pop colour of the pick up and the reflections in the building
November 24th, 2016  
Gloriously reflective
November 24th, 2016  
Hmmmm! It's a tough call. They both have the feel of looking through moving water but this one has a bright shiny ute in it. Both excellent images though 😉
November 24th, 2016  
Definitely yesterday's for me : the width of the shot and horizontal expanse of the building, the tall trees echoing the height of the building and I find the colour of the vehicle here intrusive. What's a ute?
November 24th, 2016  
Nice shot and the preferred I think!
November 24th, 2016  
great refelection
November 24th, 2016  
The orange added the excitement.
November 24th, 2016  
what a great capture, nice ly spotted
November 24th, 2016  
I really like the orange ute in this one! Nice capture & great reflection
November 24th, 2016  
Love the truck in the foreground of this one. Not sure which I like best. They are both great shots
November 24th, 2016  
I think I prefer this one Babs. I love the yellow ute in the foreground. quite a contrast
November 24th, 2016  
Newcastle has some beautiful old buildings. I was hoping to capture them at Christmas time but we have cancelled our trip because my mother in law is having open heart surgery in Canberra.
November 24th, 2016  
Another great reflection shot, love both equally :)
November 24th, 2016  
Amazing reflections!
November 24th, 2016  
Great reflections in both, but I prefer yesterday's. I'm not a fan of the yellow ute :)
November 24th, 2016  
Number one is my number one,
November 24th, 2016  
Great reflection...Fav
November 24th, 2016  
For me, yesterday's was the best. I find the ute distracts from the reflection.

Ian
November 24th, 2016  
Great reflections, a super capture
November 24th, 2016  
I really like both - think I prefer yesterday's but only just!!
November 24th, 2016  
A great addition of the yellow truck Babs.
November 24th, 2016  
I am not sure which I prefer, they are both great images!
November 24th, 2016  
You know my preference. Without seeing yesterday`s I would like this more .
November 24th, 2016  
I like them both, but I think this one has more impact
November 25th, 2016  
Lovely reflection!
November 25th, 2016  
@quietpurplehaze Thanks Hazel. a ute is short for 'utility' and it is a pickup truck of sorts.
Ford is claimed to be the first company to produce an Australian ute. This was the result of a 1932 letter from the unnamed wife of a farmer in Victoria, Australia asking for “a vehicle to go to church in on a Sunday and which can carry our pigs to market on Mondays”. In response, Ford designer Lew Bandt developed the ute and the model called a "coupe utility" at the time was released in 1934.
November 25th, 2016  
@onewing

Thank you & that sounds like a request for a real all-purpose vehicle. I used to work at Ford with a few dyslexic employees so I have a passing interest in their work.
November 25th, 2016  
Amazing reflections. Well captured.
November 25th, 2016  
I prefer the other one with the great tree framing. I find the ute detracts from the reflection in this one
November 27th, 2016  
Pam
Great photo
November 27th, 2016  
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