LENS-ARTISTS PHOTO CHALLENGE #87 – REFLECTIONS

Well, taking a cruise is not sounding so appealing right now, but it is still a great way to see a lot in a very little time.  Some cruise ship ports are very touristy, and some are rather more industrial; either way there is some great scenery.  I believe this was the port in Naples, Italy, where we disembarked to visit Pompeii.

Here is a surprising reflection in a picture I took in Gougane Barra, Ireland.  This plaque is on a cross, commemorating where St. Finbarr lived on the island.  But you can see me in the reflection!  My coat is bright blue, my phone taking the picture is bright green, and my hands and face are peachy.  It makes for a fun double image.

Thanks to Miriam for being the guest host this week! You can find more reflections at the original Lens-Artist challenge.

 

7 thoughts on “LENS-ARTISTS PHOTO CHALLENGE #87 – REFLECTIONS

  1. Tina Schell March 9, 2020 / 12:37 pm

    Terrific Mei-Mei. I’d never have known you were in the second image unless you’d described it but there you are!!

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    • Mei-Mei March 11, 2020 / 11:13 pm

      I didn’t realize it myself at first! It was the bright green from the phone that tipped me off 😂

      Like

  2. Amy March 9, 2020 / 4:46 pm

    The double image is very creative, well done!

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  3. Leya March 10, 2020 / 6:10 pm

    How extraordinary, Mei-Mei, to be reflected in a copper (?) plaque! Glad you described yourself so we could find you! The stone became even more beautiful with your colours in it!

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    • Mei-Mei March 11, 2020 / 11:12 pm

      It definitely adds to the image! Blue and green are my favorite colors anyways, so I love the reflection’s color scheme.

      Liked by 1 person

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