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Autumn leaves, colour

Reflecting on my latest love affair – Weekly Photo Challenge

Reflecting means different things to different people.  This week’s photo challenge asks us to share a photo that captures something reflected back to you in a way that made you look at your surroundings differently.  In response to this I  have decided to share my reflections of my latest love affair. I don’t know when it started, this love affair that delightful crisp, brisk…

elevator, lift, reflection, mirror

Mirror, mirror on the wall – Weekly Photo Challenge

Mirror, mirror on the wall… I knew this photo would come in handy one day!!  I was in the lift in a Sydney hotel recently after completing an early morning walk around the city. I looked up and this was what I saw – reflections stretching into infinity.  I love the light, the reflection and the thought of me being…


Mundane Monday – reflection

Reflection The water was so still it was hard to see where the reflection actually starts. Mundane Monday Challenge is hosted by Jithin at Trablogger   – it’s all about finding the beauty in mundane things ….a challenge created to find beauty in everyday mundane things…capture the beauty and upload the photographs. Feel free to join in! Welcome to  Mundane Monday . Deb 🙂

Every day is an adventure – 71/365

More reflections – this time it’s a rainforest adventure. The water is so clear here that you can hardly see it. This photo was taken at the Rainforest Cafe at the base of Mt Warning Murwillumbah. We had a table set up alongside the babbling creek, it was the most beautiful day with delicious food and and great company.  …

Weekly photo challenge: reflection

Reflection in the fountain

This photo was taken at 6am in Fitzroy Park in Melbourne in January 2014. The temperature at 6am was already 29 degrees Celsius and the day was forecast to get to 48 degrees. I remembered all of this when I read the topic for this weeks photo challenge. I immediately thought of this photo.

I took the photo of the fountain on my phone while I was out for my morning run. We were heading into the Australian Open tennis later in the day and I remember thinking how cool and serene the water looked, which seemed in stark contrast to what the day would bring.

Not only did the water look cool and inviting but also the park in general, with the sprinklers swishing, the majestic old green shady trees, the cool freshly mowed grass, and of course this gorgeous fountain with its tiled pool. I’m sure it would have been a lovely cool haven from the heat later in the day.


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