Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflections

This week’s WordPress photo challenge is guest hosted by Jared Bramblett.

Reflections. This challenge is about using reflections in the composition of a shot. Reflections are all around us, whether they’re in a window, a puddle, a mirror, or another surface. They can dramatically affect the feeling and mood of a shot by creating a surreal sense of duality. Think of a city reflecting in a river, a crowd of people reflecting in the glass pane of a building, or a landscape altered by the placement of a simple glass mirror.

I challenge you to head out and create an image that uses reflections to force the viewer to question and interpret the reality of the shot.

Because of this last sentence, I simply had to choose this one:

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~ click the photo for a larger image ~

You can see the real wind turbine here.

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More Reflections over at WordPress. Beware of false mirror images! ;)

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  15. Yes…at first it appears that the photo is just upside down…but upon closer inspection you can see that the wind thingie is reflected on a pond or other water source, I can see the bank of it. Great shot Marion.
    Have a wonderful weekend.
    Much love,
    Jules

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