Bob Law: Scotland Photography – Mirror Images
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:
Waterfront at Leith, looking like a mini Amsterdam or Venice.
A Female Goosander.
A Greenshank in the sea near Cramond Village.
An Eider Duck. Cramond Island.
An Underpass at Night. Clydebank.
Loch Ruthven. Highland District near Inverness.
Loch Ruthven. Reflection Curve.
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