Posts Tagged ‘reflection’

Polar Bear

Where will the polar bear go, when we have destroyed their natural habitat once and for all? Obviously, this is not a pleasant question to think about. Here in this fine art piece, the stunning image before us shows what will happen, if we don’t take climate change more seriously. (Jan Keteleer) Artist: Jan Keteleer […]

Rhino

Few creatures emphasize power and grace in a more compelling way than the rhino. Unfortunately, if we don’t take climate change seriously, they may disappear in our lifetime. This provocative fine art piece reminds us that we still have so much to do, if we are going to save the world. (Jan Keteleer) Artist: Jan […]

Paris

It is a dark irony indeed that this fine art piece depicts the iconic Eiffel Tower almost entirely under water, as a result of climate change. It was in Paris where that historic climate change agreement came into existence. Will we implement the necessary changes, before the grim fiction of this piece becomes a reality? […]


Carolyn L Fox

What Photography Means to Me After getting an MBA and working in the corporate world for nearly 20 years, I decided to leave the rat race to pursue a career doing something that I love – photography. Photography gives me an opportunity to get out in nature and enjoy the serenity that it offers. I […]

Beautiful autumn evening at lake Myckelgensjösjön in northern Sweden

Photographs taken at a Swedish lake at sunset. It’s autumn and the golden sun is reflected on the water, reeds are growing at the shore. Peaceful and beautiful.

Peaceful lake in summer with red water slide

Collection of video clips showing a lake with a red water slide on a bright summer day The surrounding forest is reflected in the calm water of the lake.


Convict Lake Reflection

Convict Lake in the Eastern Sierra Nevada Range

Sea Life Exposed at Low Tide

Buy this picture A constellation of starfish and other sea creaturs are reflected in a tidepool at Whaleshead Beach in Southern Oregon. Whaleshead Beach is located 7 miles north of Brookings, Oregon, within Samuel H. Boardman State Park. Rick Pisio Website – Blog – Galleries – Portfolio http://www.rwphotos.com http://www.rwphotos.com/blog/?p=1976 http://rwphotos.photoshelter.com/gallery-list Contact photog@rwphotos.com

Rowing over lake Ladtjojaure

Photograph of a solitary rowing boat in front of towering mountains in Swedish Lapland.


Little tug boat on the sea in the British Virgin Islands

Image for sale or licensing of a small tug boat in the waters of Tortola, British Virgin Islands. Beautiful demure colors and reflection of boat on the water.

Fishing port in Henningsvaer

Panoramic photograph of the fishing port of Henningsvaer on Lofoten in Norway.

Red trawler moored in Henningsvaer on Lofoten

Photograph of a red and white fishing boat that is reflected in the calm water of the harbor in Henningsver on Lofoten in Norway.


Photographic Interpretation of Crazy River

I’ve always had a visual come to mind whenever I hear Robbie Robertson’s ‘Crazy River’. This is how I interpreted the mood and the setting using Photoshop.

The sky reflected in a blockhouse window

Photo of a traditional Swedish blockhouse, with a handblown window reflecting the sky.

At last – the ice has gone!

This image of a moored rowing boat has been taken on a calm spring day at the banks of river Angermanaelv in northern Sweden.


Cleaning Up

Two county trucks drive opposite directions down Chaires Cross Road, which was flooded by Tropical Storm Faye. The road was closed to public traffic, but the larger county trucks were tall enough to drive through the water and not stall out. Trudie Bell Website http://www.belloftheborders.photoshelter.com License this image http://www.belloftheborders.photoshelter.com/gallery-image/Faye-Aftermath-Tallahassee-Florida/G0000KKHL6OKonRg/I0000tWNdsOX4cBk Contact tdbell9520@comcast.net

Bones of the Forest Reflection

Photo of the week is courtesy of the Art Wolfe photo workshop I took this weekend in Seattle. This is essentially my “final” that Art critiqued and I got a very satisfying “I love it” from him. This panoramic called “Bones of the forest reflection” was shot at the Seattle Arboretum near the University of […]

Flood From Faye in the Panhandle

When tropical storm Faye came through the Panhandle, between 15 and 20 inches of rain was dropped on the Panhandle. The swamps, lakes and rivers filled and overflowed. The road in the picture runs through the floodplain of Lake Lafayette. They are called floodplains for a reason. TrudieBell http://www.belloftheborders.photoshelter.com/ Buy this image http://www.belloftheborders.photoshelter.com/gallery-image/Faye-Aftermath-Tallahassee-Florida/G0000KKHL6OKonRg/I0000d2o0XtbMbqU Contact tdbell9520@comcast.net