An early morning surfer walks back to shore at Newport Beach.
Reflections in water are often prettier than what is being reflected. Does that make sense?
From a late afternoon visit to Watson Lake.
Spotted at Watson Lake
Eagle River, Alaska reflections
My little AAUW photo group is meeting this week, and the topic is reflections. Each month we send 4-6 photos to the leader, and then they are displayed on a large screen in a room at the library. Later they are on the website for AAUW Prescott. I got a few photos together for the topic, but also decided to do some still life photography emphasizing reflections.
Here’s one with my baby cup! I tried to shine it up, but ended up having to rely on the dining room table for the reflection.
Autumn captured in late afternoon reflections
This little pumpkin just didn’t want to sit up straight! In other photos I ended up putting my lens cap under one side.
Snowy rocks and their reflections at Willow Lake a couple weeks ago during the last snowstorm:
A peaceful scene from Lynx Lake
With a nod to Stranger Things (one of my most FAVORITE series from last year), here is a reflection multiple exposure from last weekend’s walk at Lynx Lake:
Another shot taken at Castle Dome
Here is another image from last week’s walk in Watson Woods. There were ducks- and I waited 15 minutes for one to swim into the orange reflection. I ended up liking this photo better- it’s all about the trees!
Like every other photographer, I’m drawn to reflections. This one caught my eye at the Eagle River Nature Center in Alaska. I loved the contrast between the bits poking above the surface of the water and the watercolor swirls beneath.
Water, water everywhere at Watson Lake!