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A Photo a Week Challenge: Reflective Surfaces

This is a fun topic for this week’s challenge from Nancy Merrill. Fun … and sometimes challenging. Reflective surfaces can be easy or difficult, depending on the light. Of course in photography, it’s all about the light all the time, is it not?

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  1. I like! But where are the shiny, night city pictures? Those are my favorite shiny ones! πŸ™‚

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    • You know, I thought of them, but decided to do something else. I have a lot of shiny pictures, especially night pictures which are my favorite pictures to shoot. I have some carousel pictures that make me happy just looking at them.

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  2. The surface under the bridge is amazing! Great shots, Marilyn. Thanks for joining the challenge!

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  3. Love them, especially the first one

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  4. I love the first one. So clear and sharp ! The last one is very unique.

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    • The first one is the Canal the runs next to the river. It’s very reflective since it has no current. The last one was a grab with a point-and-shoot camera out the car window one afternoon. I was lucky πŸ™‚

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  5. Is that a motor cycle in the last photo? All great photos, Marilyn.
    Leslie

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  6. Oh, Marilyn–that car!! Gorgeous!

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  7. Beautiful reflections in your shiny surfaces. I especially like the watery one. πŸ™‚

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  8. I love how clear the reflections are in your photos, Marilyn. Simply gorgeous!

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  9. THAT STONE BRIDGE…we go over a lot! REAL SHINY STUFF…you have here!

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  10. Yikes — did that truck make it across the bridge without tipping over?

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    • Oh, yes. That’s the major route from the valley to Boston via the old post road. And that bridge is in WAY better shape than most of our bridges. It’s a main road, so they have to keep it repaired. Some of the bridges on side roads, though, I’m afraid to go over them on foot.

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