Hi all 😁 Feel free to join in this weekly challenge whenever you find yourself thinking “I’m a fan of…” (see below for how to).
This week’s Fan Of… is reflections. Reflections in photography can be a lot of fun & literally turn the world upside down. We also sometimes get to see something that we wouldn’t ordinarily if constantly looking down. Reflections can come from many things; Water, buildings, glass, to name but a few.
In these first two shots, at a glance, it looks like the sun is coming through the trees, when in actual fact, the sun was behind me & is reflecting off the lensball.
These pictures were taken in the re-invented cloister garden of the Roman Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral of St Andrew. The sulpture consists of several mirrored panels with verses on them, that you can walk around and amongst.
In some you get the reflection of the modern apartment building in front of the old Cathedral. Each aspect gives a different view and reflection 😀
This picture is somewhat chaotic and so requires some explanation. On Buchanan Street in Glasgow is the Allsaints Spitalfields store which has large glass windows on the front and side; what is unique is that the windows are filled with old singer sewing machines (see below). Even in this shot you can see the reflection of the buildings lining Royal Bank Place.