Monday, July 20, 2009

Friday My Town Shoot Out: Reflections

This week's display is kinda slim pickin's. I don't have much imagination and I'm not a very consistent photographer.

You have to use your imagination with this one. It was taken through a window. If it was on a mirror, isn't this what you would see? Am I right?



My view from the pedicure chair today.



I've used this picture before, but I think you can see why I used it for "Reflections"



My first picture this week when I realized how hard it was going to be

13 comments:

Mildred said...

Great pictures Mary. The Shoot-Out is challenging but you always add something special. Hope you have a nice weekend.

Denise said...

I actually like the pedicure one for the contrast between the photo on the wall and the person in the chair.

Sarah Lulu said...

Loved the father and son!

kate said...

The father/son one is really cute, but I also really like the rearview mirror shot. Very cool looking :)

Aunt Dinah said...

Fun photos, Mary. I found them all interesting, captivating, and intriguing. So what did you have for lunch at Sonic the day you took the photo in the mirror?

J9 said...

I like the two "men" a reflection of each other, and cute to boot!

GingerV said...

you did really well, I love the man and son refelction - that is great!. if you live by a larg body of water it is easier, reflections happen everyday, and I think you are right with the bug thingy.... but....

Far Side of Fifty said...

I love the one of your son and grandson..very special reflections! :)

Tipper said...

I love your pictures-so neat!

I also loved the wheat post-just amazing-I've never seen anything like that here.

Mountain Woman said...

I loved the photos especially the variety in there. All of them were fantastic but father and son was my favorite.

Gordon said...

I think that is what you would see in the first shot, if you were inside a mirror. Great shots. I enjoyed it all.

Diane said...

Neat perspecives. Thanks for sharing!

Patty said...

Nice bug shot. Dad and son are just too cute. Great work. Thanks for for joining us.