|#1 - Yellowstone National Park, USA 1/800s f/9.0 ISO400 46mm|
We went to Grand Beach last weekend, so most of my reflection photos were taken there. Here are a few sunglasses photos:
|#2 - sand dunes @ Grand Beach, MB 1/500s f/20.0 ISO200 28mm|
|#3 - Grand Beach, MB 1/400s f/5.6 ISO100 38mm|
|#4 - Grand Beach, MB 1/250s f/5.6 ISO100 53mm|
I adjusted this next one to make it black & white (it was shot in colour but just looked much better in b&w).
|#5 - Grand Beach, MB 1/250s f/16.0 ISO100 18mm|
These next two are typical landscape pictures with reflections off calm water. Sasha and I had walked back to the entrance of Grand Beach (West Beach) to take these photos (I saw the potential as we drove in past these marshes and convinced her to walk back with me to get these photos). Not as picturesque as Royal Lake, certainly, but you work with whatcha got.
|#6 - Grand Beach, MB 1/160s f/11.0 ISO100 37mm|
|#7 - Grand Beach, MB 1/125s f/16.0 ISO100 18mm|
When we walked back from the marsh to the beach, we walked through the parking lot and saw a shiny Harley Davidson motorcycle, with all its chrome, etc. I was about to start taking some photos and the owner of the bike showed up, so I felt very rushed and only took two photos, neither of which were composed as well as they would have been had I had more time. Here's the best of the two:
|#8 - parking lot @ Grand Beach, MB 1/125s f/5.6 ISO400 24mm|
We saw this scene of a building at the University of Manitoba (not sure which building it is) reflecting off the Red River while driving home late from Winkler this weekend. I dropped everyone off at home and went back to capture it:
|#9 - St. Mary's Road near the Perimeter (Red River) 2s f/5.0 ISO1600 125mm|
Then, on the way home, I saw my opportunity for a dual reflection (literal and symbolic). This photo shows the bright, neon lights of a local beauty spa reflected in the window of a high-end furniture and decor boutique, "reflecting" society's obsession with beauty and luxury/consumerism. Pretty deep, eh?
|#10 - Riel @ St. Mary's Road 0.6s f/9.0 ISO1600 49mm|