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Friday, March 12, 2010

WEEKEND REFLECTIONS: A WISH - SMALL CHANGE ALWAYS HELPS SOMEONE, HOWEVER SMALL


   
Inspired by views of the Reflecting Pool in the Egyptian Wing at the 

Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.    



   From the photo of the papyrus plant stand in a corner of the pool as seen below





      ISSUE:   And something else to reflect upon:  Read 'Health Reform Myths' by Paul Krugman OP-ED columnist of the New York Times here



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12 comments:

  1. Very nice Margaret. I'm reminded of glass block (I like the stuff). The reflected plants and the coins complete the abstraction.

    My first reaction when I saw the tree in the lake was giant insect. I had a lot of fun that day and there are lots of places I haven't seen yet. I'm mostly alone in my meanderings because I've been going in the middle of the week.

    The park is like my own private school for B&W (color later) nature photography. I don't have access to the rugged scenery of the west, but I've found some awesome subjects already.

    Who knew that we had 90 foot tall white cedars? So much to see and photograph...

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  2. Very attractive! Each shot is worthy of a frame. And that almost-grey blue is a subtle colour. I looked for reflections of the 'throwers' but I couldn't see any. Nor of the photographer!

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  3. Wonderful! The reflection of the buildings and the trees on the water with the coins underneath are a treat for the eye.

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  4. magical is a perfect description!

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  5. Very cool! I like the abstract feel that these have.

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  6. These are beautiful Margaret! & thanks for the link too.

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  7. That is so true.
    Great reflection photos, but an even greater spiritual reflection. Thank you.

    Wishing you a wonderful weekend!

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  8. Awesome reflections, well done!

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  9. These are beautifully captured abstract reflections. I could see them framed as a trypdych. Nice work. Kathy

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  10. very unique and interesting shot!

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