Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Small Snapshots: Reflection

Yes, it's time for Small Snapshots again! In case you missed it last week, Carissa over at Kissed a Frog has just started a new weekly feature to encourage us to use our cameras more - you should head over to her blog and check out what other people have taken! Actually, you should head over to her blog full stop, because she's awesome.


Anyway, this week's theme was Reflection. I thought about what I might do for most of last week, and decided on an idea at the weekend. I've been carrying my camera around at work for three days now waiting for the opportunity to take this:

The walls of the main hall at work are glass, and they've got some kind of reflective film on the outside. From the deck you get amazing reflections of the sky! I rather like that there's a vapour trail from a plane - it adds a touch of reality to it.

I also wanted to feature a photo from the archive this week:

I took this on a family holiday to Skene's Creek in January 2009. We went for a walk to a nearby waterfall, and along the way I saw this. I like the reflection of the gum trees at the top and bottom, with the reflection of the log in the middle.

Want to join in? Head over to Kissed a Frog and link up!

K xx

3 comments:

  1. Oh, the glass panes photo is beautiful. I'm hoping for skies like that here today!

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  2. Wow! Carrying your camera around for 3 days really paid off! The reflection of the clouds on the glass is beautiful!!

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  3. Thanks guys! Canberra has skies like that practically every day of the year. It's kind of a pain because you don't know if it's 38°C or -5°C until you step out the door! But it does make for good photos ;)

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