Sunday, October 31, 2010

Mystery theme

20 comments:

Laura said...

water?... or reflection. Lovely pictures. I tip my hat to you two.

Jaana and Kia said...

It's time for yet another mystery theme, so keep those guesses coming!

Also, don't forget to check out our guest blogger invitation (previous post). We're looking forward to your interpretation of 'light'!

Have a happy (snappy) Sunday!

neetjes said...

reflection, water, mirror image...
Great pictures!

Rose Schaaf said...

reflection... great work on both. Beautiful colours in the first & love the way you've flipped the second... :)

Terry said...

Beautiful "reflections"! Love the trees in the puddle! :0)

Cheryl said...

REFLECTION! Absolutley beautiful

CarolineZ said...

Reflection! I love the pics!

Maria Elisabeth Cole said...

I'm thinking "Upside Down" ? Hmm..
Or reflection :P

Ornery's Wife said...

upside down reflections. ?

Lacey | Michael | Leilani said...

I'd say "reflection" but the image on the right appears upside down. So I'm going with that.

Deb's Creative Art said...

very cool.... My vote is reflection too.... love them both..
very creative..

Breanna said...

Reflection?! This are lovely photos. I appreciate being able to see new ones every week. Thanks for the images.

Gusi said...

Geat photos!!!! Congratulations and gretting from Poland!!

lunarossa said...

Lovely reflections. Kia, is the photo on the right shot in Pisa? Ciao. A.

Nelja said...

Thank you for your visit and your wishes!
This time the theme is reflection or mirror or surface of the water.
Have a nice week! N.

THE OLD GEEZER said...

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God Bless You :-)

~Ron

damselfly said...

tranquility?

Diane said...

Love your blog! I've been following it for a few weeks now. I think the theme is upside down camera or standing on your head! Maybe placing the camera upside down on the ground??
Blessings to you both!

Molly said...

This might be my favourite week yet. The combination of real leaves and reflection in the birch picture is spellbinding, and Kia's decision to put the reflection on top in the city picture resulted in something wonderfully surreal. With photography being such an "instant" form of art, it is easy to forget that it can be art at all. . .except when one is looking at pictures like these.

Jaana and Kia said...

The theme was "upside down".

@ lunarossa from Kia: yes, the photo has been taken in Pisa - houses reflection in the River Arno. :)