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Reflections on Weekly Prompts

I’ve often wondered about reflections. Do they catch the real image? Are the colors reflected accurately Which image do I prefer? Am I recalling truthfully. All of these questions are answered depending on my mood, my mental state, and how I feel at any given moment.

How I remember something and how the picture looks may not be the same, and that sets me to reflecting on the reflection.

Here are some reflections taken through the years in various countries, states and cities.

Reflection of an old barn near Lancaster, Pennslvania 
Pennsylvania, reflections, reflect, Oklahoma, Robber's Cave State Park, China, cave, barn, Lake Carlton, that little voice

Fall day at Carlton Lake in Oklahoma

Pennsylvania, reflections, reflect, Oklahoma, Robber's Cave State Park, China, cave, barn, Lake Carlton, that little voice

Winter morning in Oklahoma

Pennsylvania, reflections, reflect, Oklahoma, Robber's Cave State Park, China, cave, barn, Lake Carlton, that little voice

Robbers’ Cave State Park in Oklahoma

Pennsylvania, reflections, reflect, Oklahoma, Robber's Cave State Park, China, cave, barn, Lake Carlton, that little voice

Robbers’ Cave State Park in Oklahoma

Pennsylvania, reflections, reflect, Oklahoma, Robber's Cave State Park, China, cave, barn, Lake Carlton, that little voice

Cave in China but don’t remember where or name

Pennsylvania, reflections, reflect, Oklahoma, Robber's Cave State Park, China, cave, barn, Lake Carlton, that little voice

 

See more reflections at https://weeklyprompts.com/2020/08/29/weekend-challenge-reflections/

 

11 thoughts on “Reflections on Weekly Prompts

  1. Great pictures, and yes, a good question. I guess it depends on the stillness of the water, or how clear the glass is . . . I’ve often wondered about mirrors. Is what I see in the mirror exactly what other people see when they look at me? There’s really no way to find out but an interesting puzzle.

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