“Sunday Post”: REFLECTION

Jake of Jake’s Printer’s Sunday photo competition for this week is featuring Reflection, in any of its many meanings. I love reflective photography, both thoughtful and physical —- especially physical!

Here’s a recent favorite: are we inside or outside the Williamsburg Library?

and on a more ghostly note —

The community and the Meeting House, which is where?

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15 Responses to “Sunday Post”: REFLECTION

  1. jakesprinter says:

    Beautiful interpretation for this week theme my friend ,Thanks for posting 🙂

  2. jakesprinter says:

    Beautiful i mean “I hate my keyboard” 🙂

  3. excellent entries! I love images, that for one reason or another, call me to stop and really look.

  4. Stef says:

    Those are mind-twisting images, indeed…

  5. There is something about the top picture… I can’t quite put words to it, but it fascinates me. I have spent a long time staring at it to try to describe the interest and beauty. Though creative and crafty words lack from me now, please know I am awed by the pictures you so generously share with us!

  6. pauline says:

    I’ve been up since 3:30 (one of the pitfalls of falling asleep at 7:25) so the bottom photo looks normal to me 😉 And if you aren’t outside that library those books will get wet when it rains. I love the way you interpret the challenges. You’re such an outside-the-boxer!

  7. LIke you, I love reflective photography! There’s something magical about seeing more than what you think you’re seeing!

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