What's that behind you?

What's that behind you?

Taken in the old castle district in Prague, this is a quirky take on reflections. I love these types of mirrors that throw back distorted images.

Menara Pavilion, Marrakesh

Menara Pavilion, Marrakesh

One of my favourite photos ...

It was afternoon when we arrived in Menara Gardens. It had been sunny but the clouds gradually drifted in so that there was only a little light showing over the Atlas Mountains in the distance. The water in front of the pavilion was so still that it perfectly mirrored the stormy skies above.

Water reflections series #1

Water reflections series #1

I have always loved the water and particularly love the way reflections of colourful buildings and boats change and merge to create impressionist-like paintings.

This photograph captures the reflections of some of the colourful buildings in Newport, California.

Water reflections series #2

Water reflections series #2

I have always loved the water and particularly love the way reflections of colourful buildings and boats change and merge to create impressionist-like paintings.

This photograph was taken on Lake Tana in Ethiopia. We were sailing back from visiting some of the monasteries dotted about the lake. This small colourful boat passed by us and its reflections looked like pools of paint in the water.

 

Get your wings out!

Get your wings out!

Taken at Lake Nakuru, Kenya in January 2011.

Flamingos love to strut; they also love to flash their colourful wings. We spent a wonderful hour by the lakeshore watching these graceful funny-looking birds strut their stuff. I like the way the water captures the colour of their wings.

London reflections series #1

London reflections series #1

Taken on the River Thames in April 2010.

 

I love the water and I'm fascinated by the images that are created by the rippling water and the reflections of the surrounding buildings and landscape.

This series is of a particularly sunny day when the colourful buildings surrounding the Thames created almost impressionist water paintings.

London reflections series #2

London reflections series #2

Taken on the River Thames in April 2010.

 

I love the water and I'm fascinated by the images that are created by the rippling water and the reflections of the surrounding buildings and landscape.

This series is of a particularly sunny day when the colourful buildings surrounding the Thames created almost impressionist water paintings.

Who's behind us?

Who's behind us?

Taken in Oregon, USA, in August 2014.

 

I took this photo on our journey through Oregon. It was a beautful afternoon and as I looked in the sideview mirror of our car, I could see the mountains and road behind us perfectly laid out.