It’s no secret that I love reflections – that rippled world of possibilities, of things that could be, might be, if only for a fleeting moment.

My reflection images tend to be abstract – visions found in windows, floors and any other shiny surface.

I don’t often capture water reflections – I simply don’t live in an area where water and the urban environment combine. And my images are usually of the reflection itself – NOT its source.

So this photograph – of the Akron YMCA building as it overlooks the Ohio Canal – is unusual for me, both in content and style.  An opportunity to flex my creative muscles and take a wider perspective.

A “double-take” if you will – of both the rippled reflection and its origin. Reality and the dream combined.


Posted on January 9, 2014, in Photography and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. Great to see you stretching and growing. Especially love how the ducks are so happy in the building’s reflection. Beautiful!!!

  2. Gorgeous capture, I love reflection shots but haven’t had the opportunity to take many recently. Will have to remedy that.

  3. The ducks add a nice element to the water. Double-take also because it is a surprise to see this image on your blog, as you wrote, different for you. Lovely colors, reflections and light.

  4. Love this reflection, such a beautiful blue of the water- love that you’ve included the source of the reflecting too 🙂

  5. This is wonderful, Brenda!
    I especially love the ducks in the reflection.
    Have a great weekend!

  6. Love this – and all those ducks paddling about in the reflection too! Beautifully done.

  7. What a gorgeous combination of colors–perfect for a reflection.

  8. This is beautiful, and I love the crowd of ducks across the surface.

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