Taking Aim

I thought that it was about time to get back to the site. Instead of jumping back in with one of my regular post series–I’m still taking a break from work at the moment–I wanted to do something a wee bittie different.

Even though I’m more comfortable aiming down range than I am down a camera lens, I’ve decided to step out of my comfort zone and take part in this week’s Lens Artist challenge–guest hosted by my beloved, Jez.

In Jez’s Seeing Double post he challenges us to share our photos of reflections. Other than reflections of me in museum displays ๐Ÿ˜‚, I didn’t think I’d have many. But, I was wrong. Yay!

15 responses to “Taking Aim”

  1. Awesome post, Sweetie ๐Ÿ‘ All the shots bring back great memories ๐Ÿ˜ƒ Catching the reflection of the sun on the railing is inspired ๐Ÿ˜ great seeing Kali & Stormy down at the canal ๐Ÿค—

  2. Well, how could you NOT Susan?!?!? Loved your entry of course and so nice to see you back at L-A. I recognized a few of your subjects from previous Jez posts, and I especially loved your armadillo. It looks exactly like one and I’d not seen it before. Terrific.

    • Thank you so much, Tina! It’s a struggle to find subjects that Jez hasn’t shared–we do all the trips together–so I thought I’d find views/perspectives he doesn’t have. I’m glad you liked the Armadillo, it’s quite the sight up close. Thanks, for stopping by ๐Ÿคฉ

  3. Hi – I didn’t realize Jez wanted reflections and I did my post in a different way – but I guess there is room for variation
    And I like you photos a lot
    The canal in the glasses was a top one

    • Thanks so much, Anne! It was so much fun taking part, I’ll certainly keep my eyes peeled for the next prompt I have some pics for. I’m sorry for the really late response–the flu knocked me flat on my back.

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