The ocean is always fascinating to me, and on days like this one, the lighting was perfect for capturing reflections in Yaquina Bay. I love this photo taken during the photoshoot for the Salishan Cowl – precisely because of the beauty of the reflecting sky and the shimmering reflected fishing boats. Even the colors reflect. In this picture, everything is more important than the cowl – hence it did not end up in the pattern. But I love it!
This week’s theme: Reflections
- the throwing back by a body or surface of light, heat, or sound without absorbing it
- an amount of light, heat, or sound that is reflected by a body or surface
It’s always interesting to look at reflections…are they really the same as the reality?
How many times did you look at your own reflection and wondered if that’s how the world sees you…?
This week’s theme is: Reflections…show us how we look at the world upside down…how we see ourselves from the other side…how water seems to be the borderline between reality and imagination…show us who looks back from the mirror…make this week your own and tell us a story that will make us reflect:)
Two other photos taken at the same time:
7 thoughts on “Camera Lucida – Reflections”
I love the knitwear…you make your entries so personal, so unique:)
Thank you so much, Julia! I love the Camera Lucida challenges!
This cowl totally belongs there, like it has risen out from the water and was specially gifted to you to show you the patient and wonderful soul you have within.
Thank you, Stefanie, so poetic and kind!!!
You’re so clever to combine your knitting with the theme. Great idea!
Thank you, Cathy! 🙂