Last Friday’s challenge is about ‘reflecting’ and this time I’m spoilt for choice. Above a mediaeval house reflected in a puddle in Rouen.
A reflected shadow of a cyclist in a cycle lane.
The Cathedral of Amiens reflected in the windows of the beautiful and dainty Le Prieuré Hotel.
Yachts reflecting in the waters of the port of Antibes on the Riviera.
More of the same
A convex street mirror in Marnes la Coquette
Do I need to add a caption to that one?
I'm a photographer and watercolourist. I have practiced photography since childhood and digital photography since 1995. I turned it into my main occupation in 2021. I own a photo studio in Paris, France. Antimuseum.com is both my photo blog and the website for my photography business. My public Flickr space is available at https://flickr.com/yag
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Some great photos here — though I think you mean puddle not poodle. But I do love the idea of a reflective dog!
LOL dogs often reflect their masters’ behaviour you are right. I Worked all day yesterday I must have been half conscious at daybreak. I did mean puddle indeed. Thank you kindly. Will correct Asap.
beautiful pieces of the city
Thanks very much indeed
No sir, no caption is needed for that last one. 😉 But what a wonderful collection you’ve shown us — I really love the diversity of your interpretations. The bicyclist captivated me especially because it takes quite an eye indeed to spot something so interesting in what to most people would be just a banal and totally ordinary moment. Great post, Yann.
Thank you kindly. Let me know in advance about the next time you are here.
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really nice point of view, love the originality of your shoots!
Very different point of view. Unique.