For this weeks Friday Foto Fun we have been asked:
Please share how, where, why you ‘reflect’ in a photo, poem or story?
Editing photos of a day out I often reflect on what we did on that day, a smile twitching at the side of my lips as I add layers, subtly altering the memories of the day. And sometimes I reflect upon the memory of a reflection.
‘Memories of a day out’, Dyffryn Gardens, 2019.
This week Debbie has challenged us with the following:
Welcome to One Word Sunday. Now, over to all of you to dazzle me with your image for this theme.
So a photo taken on Lake Windermere, while the reflected sun was not quite enough to dazzle so much that I could not look, or take a photo, I feel it still fits the bill.
‘House of Mirrors?’, Lake Windermere, 2017.
Last weekend we were away down in Cornwall again, for an brief but lovely break. Anyway Cee’s B&W challenge this week is the topic of Reflections and Shadows, so here are two recent photos from the trip that I hope reflect the topic.
The first ‘Eye eye’ a submision for Reflections, was taken at Karen’s request while sitting near Pendeen lighthouse.
The second ‘Chun hand’ a submission for the shadow part of this challenge was taken at Chun Quoit.
I thought quite hard about whether to choose one image relating to the topic, one relating to just half the topic, or as you can see these two which I quite liked.