• Log In
  • Sign Up
    • I took a quick trip to Acadia National Park last week. I love looking for reflections, and the autumn colors cooperated!

    • Beautiful scene, Denise. I like that the sky is only at the bottom. Might also be a candidate for flipping vertically if you like confusing people.

    • not something I look for but when they happen sometimes it just works.

      An option you could look at that I have see other photographers use is a double exposure you could try that with a reflection shot as your base image if you really want to confuse people

    • This was taken on a walk around the local marina. I couldn't resist taking a happy snap.

      Location: Hope Island Marina, Gold Coast Queensland Australia

    • Thanks CyberDoc! I think I'd enjoy living in the area off-season but I wouldn't want to be there in the summer. It's a favorite place to visit though.

    • Thank you. I was there last year coming off "the CAT" ferry from Nova Scotia and wouldn't miss the opportunity to have good lobster! Then take a little walk around while my Guzzi was parked. I love the lively people affluence of the place but was tough to find a parking spot.

    • Hi Doc, nice to see you put in an appearance, I hope it's not a fleeting visit I'm sure you will find some interesting subjects to converse on if you take time to have a snoop around.


    • Sometimes it pays to go that little bit further, this is taken in Tasmania, on the west coast in a township called Strahan on the far bank is the main town centre, small town. Everyone takes shots in the village green with the historic cottages but most don't venture to the other side of the river other than for the stream train there, but if you travel early in the morning with no wind you can manage to find little places like this and catch the reflections.

    • I've seen more than a few drug deals going down on the street but I think it's risky to try shooting one. I probably wouldn't get shot myself--street dealers usually don't carry guns here--but I would fear for my camera's safety.

    You've been invited!