Thursday, March 14, 2013


Lately, I've been drawn to reflections in puddles. 
It's so easy to just walk around or through the puddles, just so easy to stop and not look at the image staring back at you.
  Then I realized that like puddles, life is reflective. 
In life it's important to sometimes look at the world in front of you from a different angle instead of just charging through.

The change in perspective is sometimes all you need to find inspiration.
Little by Little

18 thoughts on the matter:

Sian said... {Reply}

oh yeah I love reflections too!

Rebecca said... {Reply}

Such beautiful buildings in those reflections.

Adrienne said... {Reply}

Huge fan of puddles!! And changing perspective...these are great images! (I link up to a fun meme from my 365 blog on fridays called Weekend reflections...and it's just that - tons of beautiful reflection shots!)

Emily S said... {Reply}

Pretty reflections!

Kim Cunningham said... {Reply}

These are great Tamar! I especially love the first with the building, and the last with the street lamp. Really cool reflections! And yes, varying your perspective is a great life skill!

Krista Low said... {Reply}

I love the photography and the thoughts were inspirational.

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Leovi said... {Reply}

Wonderful, I love those magical reflections, beautiful pictures.

Lisa said... {Reply}

Oh! I love this!!! very nice way to look at the world.

Deanna said... {Reply}

Such wise thoughts...and beautiful images!!

tiarastantrums said... {Reply}

at least you are getting some sun to have some reflections!

Renae at simple sequins said... {Reply}

Ooooh cool! Those are breath -taking. Very great eye you have my sweet.

Sharon said... {Reply}

Puddle reflections -- what a great photographic subject! You always amaze with your creative eye!

Unknown said... {Reply}

Funny you should say that about puddles... my three year old is obsessed with stopping to see what each puddle reflects. I love seeing the world thru her eyes, it helps me to appreciate the beauty I might otherwise pass right by!
~Sarah of Sarah Hulbert Style

Buckeroomama said... {Reply}

GREAT reflection shots, T!

Susan said... {Reply}

For most of my life I never saw the pictures in puddles, or glass windows, still waters, or on sides of cars. A couple years ago they suddenly came to view. Amazing what a camera will do. I can't help but see the images on a puddle now. I don't see mud at all. Great finds.
If you're getting into reflections, you might try James is a whiz and hosts and easy meme that links on Fri-Sun.

AllyJo said... {Reply}

Nice shots. You have a nice eye for composition. I think I like the last one with the lantern the best.

Gina @ Kleinworth & Co. said... {Reply}

What gorgeous reflections Tamar- well done!!!!! Love how to had your eye open to seeing the details that others would have never seen.

Melissa Bliss Rich said... {Reply}

Just beautiful!