Thursday, December 1, 2016

Puddle-icious


On a twilight walk through Harvard Yard,
it was the puddles that caught my eye.
We wandered for quite a while
and I was determined to find a puddle that reflected
one of the iconic bell towers that define the city-scape along the Charles River.


One of the things I love the most about puddle reflections
is that they make me feel like I can touch the sky...
they bring far away elements of architecture and nature
right to my fingertips!


And the layers.
What floats on the surface, and what lies beneath
are intertwined and create such a lovely tableau!



Joining TamarKat and James

17 comments:

  1. Nice how puddles reflect the world above, isn't it?

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  2. Beautiful images!

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  3. You summed up my love of puddle reflections to a T!

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  4. Delightful reflections shots from the 'little puddles' ~

    Wishing you a delightful weekend ~ ^_^

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  5. The advantage of a rainy day: puddles with great reflections!

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  6. You obviously have had great success finding reflections in puddles. Wall done.

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  7. Puddles make great reflections and you have found some of the best.

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  8. I love the arched windows in that building and how you have been able to capture the tower in the puddle

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  9. beautiful series of photographs. I love the way the dome is captured in the first photos.

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  10. I know it's about the reflections - but the way the puddle makes the path looks broken is what catches my eye.

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  11. The irregular shape of the puddles give the reflection scene an air of mystery -'what's beyond the edge?'

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  12. puddles make the best reflections - unless there is a little boy jumping in it!!! pretty - pretty, the leaves add a nice touch!!

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  13. Interesting notes of puddles. I remember my kids love stepping in them

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  14. Puddles are such great photo ops! I really love your choices for reflections.

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  15. You're so creative. I never think to look at the puddles for anything significant and look at all that I am missing!

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  16. Yes! Lovely. The depths they have is always so mesmerizing. I have a picture of one of my grand daughters and myself in a puddle. (reflected in a puddle that is, ha!)

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