(Featured photo – Reflections in a puddle of rainwater.)
This week we have a guest host for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge. Miriam’s site The Showers of Blessings challenges us to offer some photographic reflections on reflections.
Grand Teton National Park draws photographers from around the world to photograph images of her majestic beauty.
One of the most famous is Oxbow Bend where Mount Moran gazes down on the Snake River, coiled in the foreground. Sunrise brings scores of photographers along the banks of the Snake. On this particular morning I got my wife out of a warm bed in 26 degree F weather to arrive at Oxbow Bend by sunrise.
Another popular gem for photographers looking to reflect at Grand Teton is Schwabacher Landing also along the bank of the Snake River.
Emeryville California is the first town you hit when you cross the Bay Bridge from San Francisco. One early morning I took my camera to explore Emeryville’s marina. Being a distance runner one particular boat caught my eye.
On a recent trip to Canada we visited the Montreal Botanical Garden. A pond in the Asian Garden offered some opportunities to reflect on water plants.
After days of rain during the San Francisco Bay Area’s deluge of 2019 I found reflections in the most unexpected of places.