“reflection”~ PhotoHunt

Reflection photos are one of my favorite types of photos to take. Here are a few (or more than a few) of my favorites. Although I have posted a couple of them in previous blog posts, I have not used any of them for a PhotoHunt post until today.

I took this photo while on a field trip with my preschoolers at a fishpond on the windward side of Oahu.

reflec kualoa

Jan & I noticed these reflections during our last evening in Acqui Terme.

reflec acqui

I noticed these apartments being reflected on the hood of a shiny car in Rome.

reflec roma

The next two photos were taken at the boat harbor in Camogli.

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reflec camogli

This photo was taken on an overcast day in Burano.

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Lastly, ME…I am the tiny person on the left. I took this photo while killing time at the train station in Modena waiting for my train for Bologna to arrive.

reflec modena

24 thoughts on ““reflection”~ PhotoHunt

  1. You have some great shots! I’m always looking for reflections in water but never thought about looking on cars – that one is so cool! Those from Camogli are so beautiful too, and Burano…and i love seeing tiny “you”!
    Hope you have a great weekend!


  2. Marvelous photos you took and so artistic! Love the vegetation of the first one and
    sounds the other with reflection in water are paintings!
    Nice to visit a preschool teacher as I am one too in South of France with kids of 4 years old!


  3. Wonderful selections! They are all awesome, but I have to say that the photo of apartments reflected on the hood of the car and of your reflection are my favorites :)


  4. Thanks everyone!! I enjoyed checking out all of your reflection photos also!
    Brenda, I used the Canon A540 for the Oahu photo, the Canon A95 for the Burano photo, the Canon A570 for the Rome car reflection photo, and the Canon G9 for the rest of the photos.


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