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Reflections

“Reflections” is the current Pabuca topic, and here are only wet reflections:

It’s not a big puddle, so there’s not a lot of the town hall tower reflecting in it:

Rathaus-Spiegelung IMG_4883

During weather that’s not that well suited for open-air pool visits, there’s “not much” going on in the diving pool, only the wind causes slight ripples:

leeres Sprungbecken IMG_4879

When it rains, there are hardly any noticeable reflections visible – still, it would have been suited for mental reflections while reflecting between the pool edges oneself; rain doesn’t really bother when inside the pool (as long as it’s thunderstrom-free). Of course it only started raining that much when I was finished swimming…

Schwimmbecken bei Regen IMG_4880

(Two or three swimmers were still in the pool, just outside of the photographed section.)

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8 Comments

  1. (Gravatar)

    wow, Klasse Fotos. Tolle Serie! Mir gefallen deine Bildaufteilungen und Farben sehr. Gerade im dritten Foto wirken die Wellen im oberen Teil absolut toll zu den blassen Farben im unteren Teil. Echt schöne Serie, die du da hingelegt hast!!!

  2. Toll. Eine interessante Auswahl. Das letzte gefällt mir vom Bildausschnitt und auch vom ungewöhnlichen Wetter. Die diffuse Spiegelung im ersten hat etwas.

  3. Das dritte Bild ist so schön puristisch, das mag ich sehr, auch die zarten Farben passen gut.

  4. Du bist ja tapfer, bei Mistwetter schwimmen zu gehen! Mir gefällt die reflektierte Rathausturmspitze…

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