So, last week’s challenge was to take a shot of nature’s beauty in reflection. My photo had nothing to do with nature, but required the same skills to accomplish. However, I took a fair number of photos in search of that one, so here are the others.

This is the first year this rivulet has been there; to my knowledge, anyway.
This is the first year this rivulet has been there; to my knowledge, anyway.
Port, Wine, Scotch, Scrabble and Candlelight. There are several reflections in this.
Port, Wine, Scotch, Scrabble and Candlelight. There are several reflections in this.
Two sides of my world in a car in my drive.
Two sides of my world in a car in my drive.
Cheerful signs of spring from a different point of view.
Cheerful signs of spring from a different point of view.
Saw the window on my monitor as I was working on the photo above. Took a picture of that and saw this as I worked on the other.
Saw the window on my monitor as I was working on the photo above. Took a picture of that and saw this as I worked on the other.
We've had a lot of rain this year, so ditches are overflowing into anything they can. A happy thing for me!
We’ve had a lot of rain this year, so ditches are overflowing into anything they can. A happy thing for me!

It’s all in how you look at things, I think. The mundane become special because of an image caught in it by a trick of light. The already beautiful is enhanced in the same way. Love it!

One thought on “Reflecting on the World

  1. Thanks Kathy. I found the picture on picture on picture of you and your monitor fascinating. Almost like the ever-lit candle going backwards forever. Enjoyed these. Wish I could say there’s more than snow & ice here at the moment but that’s about it. Some nice diamond glints in the ice on the branches still. Mom >

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