Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Monday Photo Shoot: Reflections

This week's assignment over at Carly's is to find something shiny.

I just posted a pond shot I like, and I considered using that again, but I thought maybe I'd go with something a little different.

This is the nose cone of a little plane in the hanger at the airport where my son flies. Look closely at the first one, and you'll see the reflection of another plane, too. (Click photos to enlarge.)



Be sure to stop by at Monday Photo Shoot at Ellipsis to see what everyone else found, OK?

P.S. October 27: For those who have asked, this is a Pilatus PC12. It belongs to a local business.

13 comments:

Sandcastle Momma said...

Very cool pictures! The owner of that plane must really take pride in it to keep it so clean and shiny. I wish my stove top looked like that LOL

Rambling Woods said...

These are interesting photos...

MyMaracas said...

Hi Momma, It's really amazing how clean and shiny the hangar is at this airport. Everything is white, and not a speck anywhere.

Rambling, glad you liked them!

Martha said...

Cool shots!!

JC said...

Those are really neat shots, love the second one, especially enlarged. Framed wonderfully and draws ones interest. Cool.

MyMaracas said...

Thanks, Martha and JC!

Carly said...

Hi Vicki!

This is just EXCELLENT! An airplane! I didn't expect that! GOOD JOB! I would love to know what kind of plane it is, and if it used for anything special, or if it is simply someone's plane used for fun. :) Wonderful.

Carly

Wammy said...

Very cool! Indeed! what a great take on the subject. Thinking outside the box...I lovoe that.

Tammy said...

I see a plane face, smiling, in the second one. Nice choice!

Julia said...

Cool shots. I like the distortion in the reflections from the shape of the nose cone

MyMaracas said...

Thanks, guys!

Carly, the plane is a Pilatus PC 12, and it's a little corporate aircraft.

Lisa said...

I love your pictures, so creative and I did see the other plane. Very cool shots!

Karen Funk Blocher said...

What a great thing to see and photograph! I like the second shot especially. I used to work for a company that had two planes. Two weeks after our office got a field trip to see the planes ourselves, the company went bankrupt.