Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Water Reflects

Looking down can be as interesting as looking up – maybe more so. These reflections were seen at docks on the Elizabeth River in Portsmouth, VA recently.

“X” marks the spot
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Squiggly Christmas tree?

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Mast reflects
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This one was on a building near the water.
0817 reflects (4)


Anvilcloud said...

I am reflecting that it's good to reflect a little every now and then.

Daisy said...

Very nice pictures, Beatrice. I think the reflections in water I like best are in the fall when the leaves are changing colors and they are reflected in the river. :)

Denise said...

You have some lovely reflections there. Reflections made by water are very striking, and walking around I also like to see them in tall buildings.

Lois Evensen said...

Wonderful reflections. :) Nice grouping.

Mama-Bug said...

Wonderful photos! I love them all!

Don't unplug your hub said...

Looking down can be very interesting. I found a ten pound note on the pavement a couple of weeks ago.:-)

Montanagirl said...

I have always sought after good reflection shots...yours are very nice.

Anonymous said...

I don´t know what it is but I always think photographs with reflexions are so beautiful. These are very beautiful!

Have a great day!

Country Mouse Studio said...

beautiful photos

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

AC, reflecting is always good and often colorful too.

Daisy & Denise, autumn is almost here to capture those leaf reflections too. And buildings with mirrored glass fronts are wonderful for seeing reflections. I once did a whole series on some in NYC.

Thanks, Lois and Christine.

John, looking down was profitable for you, but then I'm not exactly sure of the exact conversion, but is that a little over 16 USD?

Mona, thanks and I know that any you have or will do are sure to be wonderful.

Thanks Christer and Carole.

Elaine said...


L. D. Burgus said...

I took a lot of pictures like this when I was in Maine because I had not ever seen the tide come in and go out before then.

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