Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflections March 21, 2014 by sarahmelone 38 childhood days upside down reflections AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookEmailPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related
Well that’s pretty damn cool.
thanks, Mike 🙂
Your photography is beautiful. Thanks so much for the like of my Reflections. Very much appreciated.
Thank you for the compliment, and I enjoy your work as well. Have a great day.
I love the symmetry and the color. Really well done.
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Perfect reflection and for me the sheep make it! 🐑🐑
Thanks. The sheep were my favorite part, too 😉
ABsolutely lovely! Such beautiful, warm color- a wonderful interpretation of the challenge-
Thank you very much for your kind words and taking the time to stop by and comment 🙂
Such a simple poem, yet quite loaded! I think of a child mirroring parents’ ways, beliefs and habits, or perhaps a child seeing the world from a simpler, more naive perspective. Their perception (the reflection) is 2 dimensional, because it lacks the depth of understanding that time and experience brings.
thank you – and your comments are insightful and just what I was trying to convey
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great pictures throughout your site!
thank you for the comment and the re-blog. I appreciate your support 🙂 Sarah
That’s ok Sarah, I really like your photos therefore I think they are worthy of a share! Lol. I’m just starting out with Word Press as a website, using it to redesign my For Frock’s Sake! web. So far, so good! Have a nice weekend. Felicity
WOW – amazing capture!
Thank you so much!
What a lovely photo!
Thanks. It was a lovely scene.
You’re very welcome! 🙂
Oh my, the rich red colour! 🙂
Une photo magnifique! and quite meaningful! Thank you
I love the wonderfully limited pallette, and your composition is so crisp! You’ve definitely provided me with some inspiration.
Great shot! Love the redness and the sheep! 🙂