Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Headbangers--Reflections

So here I am after the doctor visits. This weekend I had collected all my images for

Repeating Pattern.

I guess I was not the only one.

So when I double checked the theme and realized I was a week ahead of myself, I quick found some reflection shots and made a header. No time for a post then, though, as we had to be up early.

So here goes.

This first rearview mirror shot, if I recall, was a traffic slowdown near Salt Lake City on one of our Thanksgiving week trips to Arizona. I was not driving.
Here, I was driving, but probably stopped at the corner because there was little traffic and I could. I like that there are multiple reflections--in the mirror, in the side of the car itself.

 Hey, Tom I have a heron, too!
 I have another from this series that looks even more like an impressionist painting. This and the heron were taken on hikes around Blackberry Island in Leavenworth, WA.
 London.

The big red buses reflected in a window along with some more elegant buildings.
 I love this view of Westminster Cathedral in the windows across the square.
 I kind of think I like this one where it is broken up into different windows better, though.
Here's the two headed duck I used for the header.
 Reflections of the light features in the pond at Zoolights at the Phoenix Zoo.

Check out the headers of my friends. Their links are in my sidebar. Some of them are really awesome. No, most of them are really awesome.

6 comments:

imac said...

Good luck, all the best wishes.

Craver Vii said...

A two-headed duck! Friend, I hope it's a good day at the doctor's. I'll come back later.

Lew said...

You definitely got some impressionists photos for reflections! But my favorite is the Zoolights!

Craver Vii said...

Westminster in the rounded glass is out of this world! Love it!

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

I do hope all works out with the hubby Kathy. I think the cathedral photo is a winner.

Christine said...

Wow, these are great for finding images quickly, Kathy! I love the reflections in the buildings and the impressionist ducks are beautiful.