Learning to see: Reflections Are Everywhere

Often when I have run out of ideas when photographing a given location, I switch gears and look for unusual reflections. Sometimes I frame the shot so that it shows both the original subject and the reflection in the frame. But, most frequently, I frame just the reflection. Perhaps the viewer will be perplexed—unsure of what he/she is looking at. The longer they look at the photograph the better the value of the image.

Reflections in the Kezar River near the Hemlock wooden bridge in Fryeburg, Maine.
Reflections of a commercial fishing boat in Gloucester Harbor, Massachusetts
Reflections in a tanker truck parked on State Pier, Gloucester, MA
Reflection of a fishing boat in Gloucester Harbor

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