Friday, March 12, 2010

Weekend Reflections

These reflections are from my most recent visit to Atlantic City and the Jersey shore. I was up early for the sunrise (header shot) and we practically had the boardwalk to ourselves. Hard to believe this gorgeous sunrise and we were the only people there to enjoy it.






I think this is what they call the Steel Pier, not what it use to be years ago.


For more wonder reflections visit James at Weekend Reflections

Thanks for stopping by my blog and have a great weekend.

32 comments:

  1. An early bird deserves everything, the boardwalk is only part of them.

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  2. Very nice blog. We enjoyed nature and travel as well. Top of the list is Yellowstone.

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  3. Wow, these are really cool reflection shots! It was a treat!

    Don't you really love it when no one is around?

    Enjoy your weekend!

    P.S. Please delete if this is a duplicate comment.

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  4. Great reflection and I really like nr 2!
    Have a nice weekend!

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  5. Nice reflection,and it's look so peeceful.
    Elisabeth

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  6. I like the wheel best. Looks very rickety.

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  7. I really like the second one!
    Not one for a big crowd I'd like the alone time.
    Great shots!

    Mine’s here: Round The Bend.

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  8. It's as if you are looking through a window at the scenes, instead of a reflection of the scenes.

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  9. The lighting is gorgeous, make me want to see the boardwalk, never been but it looks awesome!

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  10. This city looks very interesting!Your reflections pictures are really fabulous!
    Have a great weekend,
    hugs
    Léia - BONJOUR LUXEMBOURG

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  11. That sounds like fun. I really like your reflections. I would like to go there myself someday.

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  12. Great reflection photos, Eileen! And my favourite is the second one.

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  13. I guess there are not many early risers in Atlantic City, better for us with these beautiful images you shot. I like the view in the first one, but my favorite is the reflection in the last.

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  14. A most unusual but way way to go sightseeing! :)

    Wishing you a wonderful weekend, Eileen!

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  15. Fabulous reflections of the pier in the windows! Brings back lots of memories. ~karen

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  16. Very nice shots. The deserted shoreline and amusement park make it look like something from a post-apocalyptic movie, different from the typical Atlantic City photos.

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  17. I have never been back there to see Atlantic City and it's just great from your pictures. Well done and the reflections are just wonderful :)

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  18. superbe braqvo ;O)

    http://unephotounsouvenir.blogspot.com/

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  19. Questa strada ci porta a pensare al cammino verso il nostro destino ....

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  20. I didn't realise i was looking at a reflection a first

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  21. I have never been to Atlantic City--but I remember, years ago, that it was THE place to go... Don't think it's quite 'the' place anymore---like it was. BUT--I'd still love to go there. I certainly remember seeing pictures of the boardwalk in Atlantic City all of my life.

    Thanks for the memories.... Great early morning photos.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  22. Great reflection shots, can't wait to show my DH the one of Steel Pier. He grew up in Philadelphia, and talks about the shore all the time. The sunrise photo is amazing. You were probably the only person in Atlantic City awake! Kathy

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  23. Nifty reflections in a lovely locale.
    Hugs and blessings,

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  24. Yes, I can see no one around..right by the house of Blues..interesting! These are lovely as usual and my favorite time of the afternoon! Despite what you say- your an excellent photographer! I've never seen a dull picture and all of them intriguing! Always a delight to come here!
    My best, Regina-

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  25. Fabulous reflections, Eileen! Love that early morning sun on the buildings, too.

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  26. As an early bird, you get to ride the roller coaster all by yourself, no need to queue as in most cases. LOL

    Great reflections.

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  27. Love the sunrise and the reflections from the water! Great shot!

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  28. Beautiful shots, Eileen. A fun place to visit but I haven't been there in so many years....Christine

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  29. Aha! So that's how you get those great shots. (I could set my alarm clock for pre-sunrise every day for the rest of my life and still not get the pictures you do, but a woman can dream ;>) Tx for sharing.

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  30. Never been to Atlantic City and would love to go some time. These photos are great. Sunrise pictures are just magical!

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  31. Looks like a very nice place and the reflections are good too !

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