To find in transparency a expression of reality you can’t see otherwise…
To throw back light from a secondary source.
Without reflection, photography literally wouldn’t be possible. Without spiritual reflection, photography wouldn’t be meaningful. May the art you create bring you greater awareness, greater light! My best to all you Lens Artists out there. Thanks especially to Patti for this inviting challenge!
The best reflective thoughts ever!
Without reflection, photography literally wouldn’t be possible.
Without spiritual reflection, photography wouldn’t be meaningful.
Thanks for the superlative – wow! Glad you liked it. 🙂
I might uses those lines to quote you. Like? I don’t like. I only comment when I love the post!
Sure, you may quote me and cite my blog name. Thank you for the honor.
An inspiring post, Scilla. 0h to be by the lakes. Such a delight to follow in your wake.
Heck I’m sounding poetic! M
Poetic means your soul was touched – I’m glad!
Lovely post and photographs.
Thank you so much – I’m glad you came to visit here.
Your images are great but your closing thought about photography is fantastic! Is it original and can I use it?!?!
Yes, it’s original, and yes, you may use it if you like and cite my blog. Thanks!
Super nice interpretation! Well done!
Thank you very much!
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