When I was a kid, seeing double meant we were crossing our eyes and creating that double vision. Now, that I’m enjoying photography, it means reflections causing an exact duplicate or double of the original image. Our guest host Jez Braithwaite of Photos By Jez, presents us with a challenge to post the reflections we’ve photographed and enjoyed.
And I do enjoy photographing them.
A natural reflection is the capture of birds in water. Here the water is shallow giving a fuzzy double image.
When I see a good building reflection, I just have to photograph it.
Like Jez, I enjoy using a crystal ball at times.
Still water is a great reflective surface for landscapes. Whether bridges and rocks, a lake view or a sunset on a pond, these reflections are beautiful.
Surfaces like a mirror or metal also offer reflections.
And how about California’s illusive rain puddle.
Let’s end with one of my favorite reflections–windows and doors.
It was fun going through my archives and reflecting on seeing double this week–without looking cross eyed!
Thank you Jez for this fun assignment. Please be sure to link your reply to his post. Thank you Aletta for having us do a treasure hunt last week. It was fun to see all the varied treasures from all over the world. Next week our guest host Andre of Solander is thinking of Summer Vibes. Be sure to look for his post. We continue July with:
July 23, Tracy, who posts at Reflections of an Untidy Mind, has chosen Surrealism.
July 30, Sarah Wilkie, who hosts Travel with Me, asks you to share Three Favorite Images.
And I will continue the LAPC rotation on August 6. Until then continue having a safe and fun July.
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