Weekly Photo Challenge: More Reflections [Under/Over the Water]

Dog beach - San Diego, CA
Two people creating the appearance of angel wings on a man

“Has this version of me been lurking there all along, somewhere deep below the surface, biding its time, waiting for its chance to make an appearance?”
― Cat Clarke

Punta de Mita, MX
Punta de Mita, MX

“She stared at her reflection in the glossed shop windows as if to make sure, moment by moment, that she continued to exist.”
― Sylvia Plath

Underwater reflection  of floating kelp.
Underwater reflection of floating kelp.

“…that icy glass reduces your beauty – dims your fire – let me be your mirror…”
― John Geddes

A friend's glowing boat in the morning's sunrise
A friend’s glowing boat in the morning’s sunrise

“Your inability to see the wisdom in someone else is not a reflection on their lack of perspicacity, it is a reflection on yours.”
― Ilyas Kassam

La Cruz, MX

“Do not hide your light for fear of what others may think of you. Let it shine and be a reflection of what is possible.”
― Kristi Bowman

jelly fish with under water reflection
Underwater reflection of a jelly fish

“In silence and movement you can show the reflection of people.”
― Marcel Marceau

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wordpressThis is my 2nd entry to this week’s photo challenge: REFLECTION. This is my 2nd entry. I remembered underwater reflection pictures I wanted to share, as I searched for them I found other gems. Click here to view my 1st entry!

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23 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: More Reflections [Under/Over the Water]”

  1. Love how the first shot gives the walking “you” wings and the reflection is monster-big and not to be messed with! Nice selection for the challenge.

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    1. Thanks! The funny thing about that picture is the day we took was when we attempted 3 times to make a crossing, after our second try we returned to our anchorage and went for a dive. Beyond the island, storms were horrendous! At our anchorage, it was crystal clear and flat calm!

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