Share Six: September 2017: Reflections

The theme {Reflections} has been chosen by by Elizabeth of It’s Still Life Photography by Elizabeth Wilson.  By the time this goes live I will be bed bound for over 3 weeks, almost half way through my confinement.  Foot surgery is not fun and moving past the two months the recovery is really slow. Add the fact that surgery is being done on both feet and it is even more complicated.

So my {Reflections} – is in part on the things that I am missing out on.  I love to get outside and walk, or rather meander and this is not something I will be able to do for at least 6 months.  The other side of this is reflections I have taken either recently in preparation for this upcoming reality of not being able to get out and take photographs.

 

Butterfly World: June 16, 2017: 4451

Recently I was at the Butterfly World and this is the complex across the lake.  We had a down pour of rain and then the sun came out and the reflection was perfect.

 

Seattle, Orca Islands, Leavensworth, March 04-13, 2016 6704

We were up in Seattle and had just walked through Chinatown and were on our way back to the hotel when we spotted this shop Tango Zulu.  It was no co-incidence that two South Africans were looking in the window and I was taking the picture.  In fact both my sister-in-law and I both grew up int the “Zulu” nation of Natal.

 

ARM Loxahatchee National Park: June 22, 2017: 5107

Thursday evening is my typical night to go up to the Loxahatchee National Park to photography the sunset.  I always love the reflections that I see in the water.  I am certainly going to miss going up there.

 

Viscaya: Miami: October 5, 2013: 8040

A visit to Viscaya Museum and Gardens, the historic home of James Deering, nestled on the edge of Biscayne Bay.  This is one of the most interesting homes that I have ever visited and I have been three times.  If you ever get the chance to visit I encourage you to do so.

 

Key West: August 11, 2017 6402

This past weekend we took a overnight trip to Key West.  We stayed at the Simonton Guest house and we had our own private little pool which we made use of.  The next morning when we were leaving I noticed the reflection in the water and could not resist taking it.

 

ARM Loxahatchee National Park: June 22, 2017: 5212

I am back at the Loxahatchee National Park and this is one of my favorite spots to visit prior to the sunset and sometimes after it as well.  The reflections are gorgeous and at times the light is just amazing.

Thank you for joining me for this month’s Share Six.  This is a circle blog.  From the sneak peak images I have seen, you are going to want to follow the circle.  Please take time to visit my friend Katherine of Cobert Photography and see what she has for you this month. Keep following the circle to see what the other photographers have shared this month.  Don’t forget to leave a little love on their page as well.

You can also find me on FacebookFlickrInstagramGoogle+ and Viewbug.

Now it is your turn. Don’t forget to like us on Facebook at Share Six and come and share your images on the theme Reflections throughout the month of September.  A new theme will come out on October 6.

Remember you can follow us on Instagram at @sharesix  and tag your images #sharesix_reflections.

You can also find the Share Six webpage at http://www.sharesix.wordpress.com

We look forward to seeing your images on the theme Reflections

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6 Comments on “Share Six: September 2017: Reflections

  1. Love this post Sharleen! Don’t love that you are so restricted right now and you aren’t getting out to do the things you love! I hope you feel better soon and get back to shooting! Love your images this month. My absolute favorite is the wrought iron gate with those beautiful red/peach tones…AMAZING!!!

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    • Thank you so much Kathy – I loved that image as well and the location Viscaya is stunning. Well worth a visit if you ever get down this way.

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