Saturday, September 29, 2012

Gaylord Reflections

Gaylord Texan Hotel and Conference Center
Grapevine, Texas
June, 2011



 

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Weekend Reflection

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this weeks theme is travel 







16 comments:

  1. Very nice -- a well taken (and composed) photo of an eye-catching sight. :)

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  2. Great composition but I think it can use some more contrast especially in the lighter parts. Then it would be a stunning one.

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  3. Wow, this garden is awesome ! It looks so zen... It must be so fun to have a path of water crossing you garden, when you live in a such a hot place, as Texas...

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  4. oh wow! what a beautiful...awesome shot!! the buidling...the wall...looks like it rises right out of the weathered and worn rock shelves. it DOES look very zen...peaceful. really nice reflection shot!!!

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    1. it reminds me of a painting...but i can't remember the guy's name...they make puzzles out of his art...ummmm...i'm going to google him...be right back...Thomas Kincade!!

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  5. Hi, this is a very beautiful photo. Love all the elements in this composition. Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful weekend.

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  6. Nothing like that around here...Mine is up and the coffee is on.

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  7. Fascinating. Surreal. Unusual colours for you too.

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  8. Great reflections. The Opryland Hotel in Nashville is a Gaylord and is like this. Pretty.

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  9. I like a little bit of intrigue! Had to look carefully to work out what was what - but maybe us Aussies just need a little bit more help ...

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  10. What a pretty little area. If I had a conference at that center, I'd want to sneak right out of the boring speeches and just sit outside.

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  11. Hey Rita so you were in town?? I live down in Garland and only have ever driven by the Gaylord. Grapevine has grown so much from when I first moved to Dallas back in '88. They have some spectacular sites now. Hope you enjoy(ed) your visit. PS. Did you get to find an In N Out Burger to try??

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  12. Wow cool shot! I should go there a take some reflection photos myself. I live about a mile from this hotel. :)

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