15 extraordinary reflected wonders
Posted by Ra Moon
Below we present some outstanding examples of reflection photography, a compendium of small artworks, some of them from extremely popular monuments and tourist attractions, that otherwise we wouldn't show in this web.
Throughout the time we have been collecting and keeping stunning images for this special post, from the four corners of the world. Compositions with one thing in common and an artistic twist thanks to water, mirrors and other reflecting surfaces:
Hierve el agua in Oaxaca, Mexico. Double beauty.
Image by Carlos Adampol
Sheikh Zayed Mosque in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Image by Éole Wind
Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia. The sky in the earth.
The defiant Cathedral of Palma Mallorca, Spain. Gothic splendour mirrored near the Mediterranean sea.
Image by Gorka Linaza
A too perfect Sydney Opera House, Australia. Should be noted that this is an impossible reflection, a creative fantasy made after processing the original shot. Image by Rodney Campbell
Taj Mahal in Agra, India. It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see (Henry David Thoreau).
Image by Dimitry B
Pereslavl monastery, Russia. I took a speed reading course and read 'War and Peace' in twenty minutes. It involves Russia (Woody Allen). Image by Chris JL
A HDRed Milford Sound, New Zealand. If the people of New Zealand want to be part of our world, I believe they should hop off their islands, and push 'em closer (Lewis Black).
Image by Trey Ratcliff
Raja Ampat islands, Indonesia. From the other side.
Image by Buzz
Paraty, near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Gorgeous flooded Streets for the joy of tourists and mosquitoes.
Image by Omar Al Omari
Hongcun, Anhui province, China. Shoot for the moon and if you miss you will still be among the stars (Les Brown).
Image by Dennis Kruyt
Angkor in Siem Reap, Cambodia. When Angkorian society began, Paris and London were not much more than elaborate villages. Europe was crawling with barbarians, and here were the Khmer engineering sophisticated irrigation systems and constructing the biggest temple in the world (Kim Fay). Image by Mariusz Kluzniak
Venice, Italy. Venice is like eating an entire box of chocolate liqueurs in one go. (Truman Capote).
Image by Creatività e follia
Pushkar, India. The recognition of relativity, interconnectedness, and impermanence as fundamental aspects of physical reality, which had been so difficult for the physicists, are the very basis of the Indian spiritual traditions (Werner Heisenberg). Image by Katya Tyapkina
Somewhere in Romania. Who sees the real human face: the photographer, the mirror, or the painter? (Pablo Picasso).
Image by Camil Tulcan