Lens-artist’s Photo Challenge #87: Reflections

 

This week, Miriam has asked us to showcase reflections

Nightmare Reflections

Autumn reflections

Minuscule reflections

Heron reflection

Window in Budapest reflecting the Fisherman’s Bastion

Reflections near Brick Lane

Linked to Lens-artist’s Photo Challenge at guest host Miriam’s here

44 comments

  1. These reflections are so cool, Susan! The autumn and heron reflections are are favorites!

  2. I love the tree reflection on the water. Well done, Sue.

  3. Great choices, Sue! My favorite must be the last one, but love them all.

  4. Fast off the mark this week, Sue 🙂 🙂 Love the Budapest one.

  5. I like all of these. Great variety!

  6. A good challenge for you, Sue. The Heron is great. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  7. Amy

    Beautiful series, Sue. I love the autumn reflections, and the water droplets are remarkable!

  8. I’m insanely jealous of your magnolia droplets Sue, you’ve motivated me to get out and try that. Loved all of your choices this week – as usual 🙂

    • Sue

      Thanks, Tina! That magnolia image was taken more than 10years ago, I saw it through the kitchen window and dashed outside…..

  9. Sue, you always has your creative eye open. My favourite has to be the top image with the reflection of the church, even if I don’t like B&W that much.

  10. poppytumpno4

    Love the Autumn reflections Sue … and the magnolia drops are well captured .. I’ve seen some bulbous growth on a few Magnolias round and about here.. will be good to see them in blossom.. up against a blue sky preferably Lol

  11. These are lovely. I particularly like the last one.

  12. Lovely series of reflections, Sue! My favourite is the intricate reflections on the dew drops hanging over the flower petal.

  13. Excellent! Well done.

  14. Beautiful selection.

  15. Those were outstanding pictures of reflection. The first dark one immediately grabbed me and after that there was no scrolling back. Awesome selection Sue!

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