Posted on September 17, 2021
Patterns of reflections and diffraction from a half-full (or should that be half-empty?) glass of water sitting on our dining table.
Posted on July 23, 2021
A scene from the bustling metropolis that we call home and refer to as Tranquility Base. Our house lies behind these two, which are reflected in the village pond (étang).
The ripple – probably caused by one of the myriad frogs that colonise the pond – adds interest and helps to balance the image.
Posted on June 30, 2021
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Week 5 of Khurt’s 52-Week Smartphone Challenge has the theme of ‘symmetry’. Reflections are always a good place to start when seeking symmetry, and bodies of water are always a good place to find reflections.
This pond is just across the road, about a hundred feet from our front door. It was completely dry back in the summer, but it’s done very little except rain here since late August, so it’s now an impressive little body of water.
52WeekSmartphoneChallenge: 5 – Symmetry
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Frank’s theme for this week is ‘Ring’.
I’m glad about that, because I’ve been waiting a long time to post this – one of the oldest images in my digital photo library. It shows the weir on the River Avon as it flows through the city of Bath, in south-west England and I was attracted by the unusual design of concentric circles.
I suppose you could say that it’s a ring from around (the) Bath [drops microphone, exits stage left]