My Flickr contact Johan Talens took this amazing reflection in Marseille, France with his Ricoh GR.
Flickr member Dragan shot this great reflection on the upper west side of New York with his Fuji X100F.
Appalachian Trail, Merwinsville, Connecticut.
We hiked the first section of the AT in Connecticut (over Ten Mile Hill) and this swamp is right off Route 55. It always seems messy and uninteresting until you look closer and then interesting photographic possibilities open up.
This image was processed with Apple’s Photos application in macOS Sierra. This version of Photos isn’t very good and I’m no expert on using it but the Photos upgrade coming in the next MacOS update (High Sierra) looks excellent and I’m hoping its good enough at doing what I like so that I can move away from Adobe Lightroom. Lightroom is a great application that I’ve used since it came out but Adobe is moving away from stand-alone desktop applications and I don’t want to subscribe to Adobe Creative Cloud. Time will tell…
My flickr contact Takuya posted this otherworldly reflection.
My flickr contact Bill Eaton took this amazing image of a ring necked duck in the Viera Wetlands near Melbourne, Florida.
Our pond is frozen today but has had some mallards on it already this winter/spring and more ducks will come no doubt, including a pair of very colorful wood ducks.
My flickr contact Liping YANG posted this fantastic reflection on a waterway in Beijing, China.
Macedonia State Park, Connecticut.
Since we’ve had a drought for a while, finding pools of water with reflections has been tough. This time of year this pool should have been ice but it’s warm enough now so things are wet, and so, reflections. Choose a shallow enough pool and you can see the leaves through the water.
My flickr contact Erik posted this fantastic reflection off what looks like a truck or bus taken with this Ricoh GR.
My flickr contact John Penoyar took this terrific reflection in a puddle. I believe this is flipped although I’m not absolutely sure.