You’ll be surprised about all the types of mirrors that are out there, reflecting images of the world and giving them a new perspective. This is a mix of mostly new photos, plus a few old favorites from earlier blog posts.
Ok, this is not a reflection – which makes the perfectly mirrored position of these two lions on top of a rock in the Serengeti all the more spectacular.
The image of the Milky Way reflected on the surface of Crater Lake, Oregon
A lonely tree and the upside-down reflection of the volcanic cone in the middle of the Crater Lake in Oregon
Mono Lake Tufa State Natural Reserve, California – where bacteria that were able to incorporate arsenic into their DNA were purportedly found. It does look quite otherworldly!
Chris, the cook on our safari trip, admiring the wildlife in Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania
Upside-down reflection of Yosemite’s El Capitan. Little waves on the surface of the Merced River look like brush strokes on an impressionist painting.
Night flying over San Francisco in a small Cessna plane, whose wing is reflecting the city lights below.
Skyscrapers reflecting off of other skyscrapers in New York City
The image of Aurora dressed up as a Maiko, reflecting off the shop-window of a ceramics store in Kyoto.