32 thoughts on “Trinity Church reflection, Boston

  1. vovazinger Post author

    Thank you. It is always interesting to see and compare two different architectural styles, especially when they are close to each other.

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  2. vovazinger Post author

    Thank you very much, Susan. We are lucky, we have such a large mirror and such a beautiful church.

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  3. vovazinger Post author

    Thank you very much. This is a very interesting place in Boston – Copley Square, where the old meets the new. You have the opportunity to see and compare how much the style of architecture has changed.

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  4. moragnoffke

    I love reflections. So metaphoric. And reflections caught in buildings are in themselves reflecting what one sees in natural reflections. There is a grace and beauty that refers to other dimensions. Your image is amazing.

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      I always like to photograph reflections. Reflections on the windows, reflections on the water, reflections on the glass. They always give very amazing, sometimes surprisingly distorted, but very beautiful images. Thanks.

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you. It was very interesting to compare two completely different architectural styles in one image. And interestingly, the age difference between these buildings is only 100 years.

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      Many thanks. This is a very interesting place. Nearby are two Boston attractions representing different destinations, different times, different architectural styles, Trinity Church and the blue glass John Hancock Tower.

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