Living, as we do, in a watery environment, many of our best reflection pictures are reflections in the smooth surface of the river or pond. But a few are something else.

Photographs by Garry and Marilyn Armstrong.



I participate in WordPress' Weekly Photo Challenge 2016

I participate in WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge 2016


Categories: Blackstone River, Gallery, New England, Photography, reflection

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  1. These photos were absolutely amazing; well done on the challenge 🙂

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  2. NIce gallery of reflections, Garry.

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  3. I am running out of words to tell you how beautiful these pictures are. 🙂

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  4. Reflection gives an added depth to things, especially your lovely photos, Marilyn.

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  5. These are wonderful photos but I like the reflection of you taking the photo of Rocky Bottom. Such a busy place!

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  6. These are all truly lovely shots, but I must admit I’m partial to the third one. Good one, Garry. 🙂

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    • Our “little bridge” over a very tiny feeder creek. We haven’t been able to get there this year because the bridge over the road is out and being rebuilt. It had become dangerous … and they tore it down in May, so we have not been back this season. You can’t actually get to that little bridge anymore. There used to be a dirt trail, but it has completely overgrown. I think Garry got the definitive picture.

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    • Thank you, Judy!

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  7. I really like the last photo. The fact that it is a “non-perfect” reflection enhances the photo

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  8. Lovely, I love photos with reflections.

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  9. Great natural reflections, especially the last two.

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  10. Magnificent reflections!

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