Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Round Robin Challenge.....Reflection

Hi, Robins!  Cheryl, a.k.a. BoiseLadie, of the blogs Welcome to My World and Life Through My Lens, has given us a topic that's both simple and profound: "Reflections!"


So, Robins, it's time to reflect on what kind of reflections are most meaningful for you, and how best to reflect them through your camera's lens. Take your photos, and get ready to post them on Wednesday, May 24th, any time between midnight and midnight. If you need to do so, you can post up to a week late, but please do not post early. It all works best if we all post on the same day, give or take a few hours. This makes it much easier for everyone to go blog-jogging, and see what everyone has done!


This is my entry into the challenge, It's a lake shot taken of some water flowers (probably weeds! lol) while my Son was standing opposite of me out on the pier doing a lil fishing in the early morning hours. You can see his reflection in the water upside down. I love everything about this photo! It has my boy, it has water, it has nature and it has shadow and light! To check out more please visit the Round Robin Journal and visit the links provided to other fabulous photo's!


http://roundrobinphoto.blogspot.com/


 


jimreflctn1.jpg
kmh 2005

15 comments:

psychfun said...

That is cool!

nhd106 said...

Very creative shot!   Great job.

nancy

dtbrierly said...

Beautiful shot! A refection of your 14yr old "baby."  Wow, all this time I thought you stopped blogging.  I had saved your blogspot, not knowing about your AOL.  I got so engrossed in the ex wife, Bahama wedding, I'm on the edge of my chair.  I hope you don't mind me checking back.

Tammy
http://mylifeasawarrior.blogspot.com/

dornbrau said...

I love the diagonal split as the two subjects share the spotlight.  Wonderful.

lanurseprn said...

Very creative!  I wouldn't have thought to take a shot like this!
Pam

paisleyskys said...


Good shot for reflections, nail it!

I need to get some ideas pulled together for writers club...how about you.
Stop over sometime.
TJ
http://paisleyskys.blogspot.com/

ondinemonet said...

Absolutely lovely. :)

suzyq421 said...

I can see why this photo is so precious -- it touches my heart, being the mother of sons as well.  Wonderful entry!

suzyq421 said...

That last comment was from SuzanneR, BTW -- AOL blogs automatically use my AOL personna.  :-P

tc01hm said...

Hard to tell what part of the image is what! Nice choice!
Tess

redbird914 said...

This is a keepsake!  Very nicely presentation.
Valorie
http://journals.aol.com/redbird914/RetrospectUSA/entries/1117

fdtate714 said...

Great.  Not only "reflections," but reflective as well.

jabarett said...

Everything you love, all in one picture! It is a great shot.

mavarin said...

Very nice!  I like the sillouhette quality of the reflection, and the sharp focus bringing out the textures on the leaves.

And I see I'm going to have to come back here tonight for some major reading!

- Karen

boiseladie said...

Very nice!
http://www.boiseladie.blogspot.com/