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Friday, September 6, 2013

What kind of reflection is this?

Richard Schear photo, August, 2013




















I won't make you try to guess what this is. As you can see by the license plate, it's a vehicle—the back of a large van with double doors.
I like the way Lindy's wagging tail is reflected, and I laughed at how it made my husband look even slimmer than he actually is. He did lose a lot of weight a year ago, but he isn't this skeletal.
Meanwhile, the other door does nothing to make Lindy look slim, and I'm afraid it wouldn't do much for me, either, so I won't go looking for the vehicle in order to pose behind it.
And the bright light you can see reflected on the right? That's the sunrise. Dick and Lindy go for their walks early in the morning when they can, because the air is cool and fresh.

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12 comments:

Malyss said...

I like this picture very much! That's a terrific reflection picture!

Sherry Blue Sky said...

VERY cool - Lindy looks wonderful as always and I did think Dick looked way too thin!

Viera said...

This is a lovely reflection...and a tricky as well...:-)

Joyful said...

Cool photo, Kay!

'Tsuki said...

Wow ! Great one indeed... This reflection is so unexpected, so neat... I love it !

acreativeharbor.com said...

Most creative reflection shot ~ carol, xo

Kay said...

I did recognize Lindy right away. I confess Dick was a bit more difficult. This is such a great photo!

James said...

I love this! Great reflection!

jabblog said...

Great fun, Kay - and a wonderful capture. Well spotted:-)

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
what a great take!!! YAM xx

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

Today I wear sweater and slippers. It is chilly.
I'm happy for the change and I adore the photo!

RNSANE said...

I'm afraid I might appear even larger reflected here!! Nice photo, Kay.

I chose building reflections on the Arabian Sea from my Bandra West ( Mumbai )
bedroom. Three more months to go until I return to San Francisco. The first three months have gone by quickly.