Friday, May 20, 2011

Reflections at Hoover Dam

The copper tinted windows in the buildings at Hoover Dam had some great reflections.




Here I caught a reflection of part of the new bridge an a worker hanging from some ropes.















No, actually it is a monument to those who built the dam that is reflected.
In the background you can see the new bridge and all the people on it.  Unfortunately, the parking lot allowing access to walk the bridge is small and there was no parking space for us there. 









Check out more reflections at Weekend Reflections, hosted for us by James.

13 comments:

Sylvia K said...

What terrific reflections, Martha! Love the copper color, particularly against such vivid blue skies! Enjoy your day!

Sylvia

Nefertiti said...

impressionnant comme reflexion,Bravo ;O)

'Tsuki said...

Yes, Sylvia has the exact word : terrific ! The giant minor is amazing !

Kay L. Davies said...

Fabulous photos, Martha. The reflections are great, the "worker" had me fooled for a minute, and the bridge looks so HIGH. I can't imagine walking it. Brrr.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

forgetmenot said...

Martha, Great reflections, and that copper colored building is quite unique. I was there a year ago when the bridge was a "work in progress"--it is quite impressive and a remarkable feat. Mickie :)

Inger-M said...

Wow, that reflection is awesome!

Dorian Susan said...

I love this unique reflection.

Karen said...

Oh wow! Very unique reflections. The top one is amazing.

Dianne said...

the colors of the rock are so beautiful!!

katney said...

We haven't been through there since the bridge was finished. I have construction pictures of the bridge on the blog somewhere, but can only find these of the towers at the moment.

katney said...

Found the bridge construction pictures on the other blog. Might be interesting for comparison.

Linda Makiej said...

How wonderful!

Glad to be following you now...

Pagan Sphinx said...

Excellent images. Thanks!