Lens Artists Photo Challenge # 207 – Seeing Double

In this challenge guest host Jez tells us that “seeing double is all about reflections.” The best opportunities for me to capture reflections occur when I am photographing landscapes and wildlife close to a body of water.

One of my favorite places to see reflections is in the Okefenokee Swamp in south Georgia. The header image and this next gallery were all taken while exploring the Okefenokee.

The next gallery shows some of my favorite bird reflections. The trio of Roseate Spoonbills was taken in Texas, the other three images were taken in Florida.

One of my favorite reflection images is this final image taken at Crescent Lake, Washington.

Crescent Lake, Washington

Many thanks to guest host Jez of Photos by Jez for this Lens-Artists Challenge #107 – Seeing Double

Lens-Artists #87: Reflections

This week’s photo challenge is from our guest host Miriam. The theme this week is Reflections.

As I browsed through my photos I found a few with reflections off the surface of a body of water.

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Crescent Lake, Washington

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Little Ocmulgee State Park, Georgia

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Reflections of a palm tree in the Silver River, Florida

Early morning birds at Eco Pond near Flamingo Campground
Early morning birds at Eco Pond near Flamingo Campground

Many thanks to our guest host Miriam for this weeks Lens-Artists Photo Challenge – Reflections

Reflections

When I was a lot younger I was too busy to notice a lot of the little details that occur in nature. I discovered later in life that if I slow down and look around me I can enjoy the beauty of something as simple as trees or birds reflected in still water.

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Otter Springs, FL

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Lake Bistineau, LA

Foggy morning on West Point Lake
Foggy morning on West Point Lake, GA

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Little Ocmulgee State Park, GA

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An unusual looking palm tree in the Silver River

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Yellow Crowned Night Heron, FL

Inspired by Ingrid’s Wandering Wednesday photo prompt – Reflections