Reflections

This week’s photo challenge is about reflections, and I thought about some of the photos I took when I did Project 365.

139 of 365 - Wire reflection

This is just a bit of wire, twisted into some random shape, sitting on my laptop which happened to have a reflective surface. But when we got up close (and got the macro filters onto the camera), the little inch long piece of wire suddenly took on a different tone. I’m reaching for a word here, and I’m landing on “serene.”

Here’s a different one. It looks like circles, and there’s some blobs in the middle. Can you tell what it is yet? :)
27 of 365 - Circle of wine

It’s my kitchen inside a glass of wine. Our old flat had a small kitchen, and when I took this photo from right above the glass, the whole room got reflected ‘in the round.’ It’s not the most fantastically composed photo (I didn’t realise that would happen, to be honest), but there were lots of good memories in that kitchen, and it has a place in my heart.

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