Lens Artists Photo Challenge #25: Reflections

The Golden Pavilion (金閣 Kinkaku) is a three-story building on the grounds of the Rokuon-ji temple complex. The top two stories of the pavilion are covered with pure gold leaf.

When this glorious golden pavilion reflects on the clear water, magic happens…

This big cool mirror is located outside of a train station in Amsterdam:

Oops, I got the photo upside down!

Actually, the mirror was up on the ceiling. 🙂

This photo below may give a better picture of the giant ceiling mirror and its reflections , and more reflections on the shopping windows.

Merry Christmas!

This post is inspired by Patti’s Reflections. Patti shares her beautiful photos and stories of glass, water, metal, and mirror reflections. Reflections are fun to capture. Hope you’ll join us!

Thank you for visiting!

62 thoughts on “Lens Artists Photo Challenge #25: Reflections

  1. Funny I see this type of photo today, my wife and I were shopping yesterday and I saw a row of Christmas ornaments hanging. I though to my self I should a take a picture of my reflection in the bigger silver bell, but I decided not to because it was a bit smudged. Great pictures!

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  3. Wonderful to see the reflections here, Amy, and fun to see the one upside down. I found the Golden Pavilion on the water especially stunning. Cheers for a new year filled with wonderful reflections inside and out, my friend.

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