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Friday, 2 October 2015

Window dressing


The month of September was London Design month and as such  some of the windows in Regent Street had dressed their windows in collaboration with architects. I went along to take some photos. However it didn't work out that well as I couldn't avoid the reflections but it has made a perfect post for Weekend Reflections. Some have been designed by architects and others by the shop's own window dressers.
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I have put an A beneath the architect designed windows.
Sharing with James at  Weekend Reflections

16 comments:

  1. looks like you were having tons of phun with the reflections.

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  2. These are great reflections! The smashing bottle is very good as well as te white flying paper strings. Very well observed by you!

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  3. Very interesting... I enjoyed this post!

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  4. What an outstanding collection of store window reflections. These are a pleasure to see. Especially liked the last shots with the mirrors in the windows.

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  5. Wow---great reflections and what a wonderful way for them to show off their designs.... Beautiful...

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  6. How is it you didn't catch yourself in any of those reflections? Neat display both the windows and the reflections.

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  7. What a great assortment of windows and of reflections!

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  8. So many different ans beautiful reflections, I love the ones with the flying paper strings.

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  9. Fantastic window displays and reflections!

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  10. reflections and widows are always a good source of images.

    Competitive? maybe just a bit!!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  11. When I see your images I feel like I want to go to Stockholm. We don´t have such nice reflections where I live :) I think you did a selfie with that protective helmet .9

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  12. I stopped trying to make sense of the photos. What is real and what is reflected? I just enjoyed them as works of art.

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  13. Oh I love Regents Street, there is always interesting thins to see there

    Mollyxx

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  14. Nice reflections! I'm with Andrew, though. It was hard to tell what is reflection and what isn't. Especially love the first one.

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