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Tag : reflections

Nile River reflections.

The River Nile near Aswan, Egypt, and the water gives a near-perfect golden metallic reflection.

mirrored chaos, Ushuaia

Mirrored Chaos

Some people consider cracked mirrors to be bad luck, not me. Today’s photo is from Ushuaia in Southern Argentina, one of the most southerly ports before hitting Antarctica. The convex traffic mirror provides a distorted view of things when in good order, but when broken the disconnect with reality is exaggerated further! Cracked mirrors can be good luck! Ushuaia, Argentina.

Cafe Batavia, Jakarta.

Reflections of a colonial past.

the Cafe Batavia in the historic northern part of central Jakarta. Built in the late 19th century it is one of the oldest buildings in the city.

Sunrise reflected, Hokkaido

an icy cold morning in Hokkaido, Japan, provided some interesting photographic opportunities.

 

Hong Kong, abstracts, candids, reflections

in Hong Kong during a sustained period of dreary weather taking candid shots of people, abstracts, and being drawn to colourful reflections.

Lake Karakul 2001

Lake Karakul in China’s Xinjiang Provence provides some excellent reflections of the towering Pamir Mountains.

Reflections in a rock pool, Waipi’o Valley, Hawaii

A visit to the Big Island’s Waipi’o Valley involves a hike down a steep road from a scenic overlook to the valley floor.

Reflections in a golden bauble

Zeroing in on a reflective golden bauble, gives a different, maybe off beat, way of looking at things, in the markets of Bangkok.

Clouds Reflected, Okavango Delta, Botswana

The mirror like waters of the Okavango Delta can provide some wonderful reflections.

Palmtrees, Okavango Delta, Botswana

essentially the same subject material can be approached and photographed in different ways to give quite a different effect or feel.

Water lilly reflected, Okavango Delta, Botswana

Waterlillies are a common sight on the channels and lagoons of the Okavango Delta. The choice of such a long lens may seem a bit odd for a botanical subject such as this however, in this instance, it worked out well.

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