Bob Law: Scotland Photography – Mirror Images

Reflection Curve on Loch Ruthven. Inverness Highlands.
On calm still days with little wind any body of water, be it sea, lake, loch, river, canal, or puddle often provides a beautiful mirror image of the surrounding landscape. Modern cameras are very good at picking this up. You only have to be in the right spot at the right time.

Here’s a selection:

Leith Waterfront Reflections
Waterfront at Leith, looking like a mini Amsterdam or Venice.
Goosander Reflection. River Almond
A Female Goosander.
A Greenshank in the sea near Cramond Village.
Eider Duck. Winter Plumage
An Eider Duck. Cramond Island.
Debra Rose. Underpass View. Clydebank
An Underpass at Night. Clydebank.
Loch Ruthven Reflections. Inverness. Highlands
Loch Ruthven. Highland District near Inverness.
Reflection Curve on Loch Ruthven. Inverness Highlands.
Loch Ruthven. Reflection Curve.

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