Linking with James for this week's Weekend Reflections. Press on through to see fabulous shots from around the world....but only if you don't have an addictive personality. I've become absolutely hooked on these reflective images.
I was super bummed to miss last week's reflections post. I think the first time I missed out since I started this adventure, late last year. The great part, it comes around again the following week-no problem. Maybe it's best I was away last weekend, my reflections have been a bit sparse lately. I would have had to rummage around to find much to make a post out of. See...things all work out.
A Country Scene
This looks almost storybook, the old cape farmhouse beside the mill pond. Probably make a good picture puzzle or something.
I think I like this, but I'm not sure. It may be a touch too abstract for my taste. I've been working strictly with a prime 50mm for the last 3-4 weeks. I was frustrated when I couldn't include the large old mill building gleaming in the sun, with it's reflection on the water. You see where my loyalty lies.
I usually don't think of reflected sunlight as "a reflection", but being in abstract mode, I'm going to switch my mindset on that one. Sun is setting earlier and earlier (I'm so sad to see that), so I've been catching late day light after work. A lovely sundown earlier this week along the shore.
Here's the view that initailly caught my eye...the moored boat, but it was the water that was most entrancing in the light.
Have a wonderful weekend. I'm going to get my dog walked and all tired out on Saturday and then buckle in for a wild ride with Irene on Sunday. Hope all of you in the Eastern US stay safe.