Reflections in Mirrorball, Hummingbird & Garden

 
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hummingbird reflection in the gazing ball, and sunken patio garden and house reflection also. The little lily pond is behind the greenery at the L side of the image and the waterway runs down towards the pond, but can't really be seen here. In real life, all this is reversed tho', due to this being a reflection of everything.

captured from open front window. I hide behind the hanging baskets : )

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alandrapal - May 05, 2008 03:24 AM EDT
thanks very much, Beverly, for the nice comment. glad you like it.
talsi - May 04, 2008 08:14 AM EDT
Very neat image.
alandrapal - May 01, 2008 02:32 AM EDT
thankyou Jas, for the nice comments. The garden doesn't look like this right now, as this scene was from last summer, but I just chanced across this photo while looking for a specific image for someone, and realized this one hadn't been displayed here, so uploaded it. Was it 2 years ago at this time that you were both visiting Vancouver the last time? Hard to believe.
Jas - Apr 29, 2008 05:58 AM EDT
Another great hummingbird capture Alandra! I can imagine you 'hiding' behind those baskets. LOL As always, your garden is full of colour, as shown in the reflection here and the little bird is a gem. :)
alandrapal - Apr 29, 2008 01:18 AM EDT
thanks again, Karen, - just found this image while going through them today, - it's from last summer, - one that I'd never bothered with, - but it does show a very clear reflection in the gazing/mirror ball, so thought I'd upload it. I think a shower must've cleaned the pollen from the gazing ball, as it's clearer here than in some of the images : ) We do hose the mirror ball off when we water the flowers too, but it's surprising how fast the pollen gathers on it.
Karen Moen - Apr 29, 2008 01:13 AM EDT
Another beautiful hummingbird photo! I love how this captures your lovely and colorful garden in the reflection. No wonder the wildlife comes to your garden.

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