Isn’t this just exquisite? Make me want to visit this beautiful place in the Czech Republic.
Just look how beautiful their painted Easter Eggs are:
A Russian Landscape Reflection
In Russia you come across these darlings.
Getting back to reflections why are they so beautiful? Does having the image reflected back at you make it more splendid? By tricking your senses you are fooled into believing there is more than one image. Sometimes the photo can seem quite surreal as in the above pink and blue sky scene in which the dark background looks like it is floating in the sky. Next to this there is the water lily which appears to be drowning in its own tiny reflection. In the image of the splendid Taj Mahal, you see the same effect, there is no discrimination, both grand, and everyday, simple treasures are treated the same way!
Have a very Happy Good Friday, and a wonderful Easter break.
Just leaving you with one more reflection, an Easter egg of course!
And ending on a light hearted note. No more reflections. These are a bit of fun, enjoy!
Sorry for being so crackers, just couldn’t resist that one!
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Beautiful reflections in both meanings of the word 🙂 Perhaps the clue lies there!
Glad you enjoyed Val. It started off as a post about pretty reflections and seems to have ended up as something more! There’s no telling how where blogging takes you it’s a journey in itself. Happy Easter. 🙂
Stunning photos. I’m a fan of reflections as well, in more ways than one.
Thank you! Me too love reflections, and shadows too. 🙂