Tag Archives: reflection

Beautiful: Jungle Reflection

There are few places I like more than Angkor Wat in Cambodia. I love these temples that were built over a few hundred years, fell into disuse as the Khmer civilization disappeared, and collapsed into the jungle. Though local farmers … Continue reading

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Photographer Profile: Maya Lucchitta and Janet Kincaid

Maya and Janet are friends of mine from waaaaay back. We met on a weekend trip in Normandy in Sept. 2013. They live with their dog, Charlie, in southern France “across the street from Switzerland,” which I think is just … Continue reading

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Reflections on Reflections

  Photographers loooooooove reflections, but I’ve been working to take them a step further. It started with a shot of the Taj Mahal on an insanely hot May day during a drought. The Yamuna River was extremely low, and there … Continue reading

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Castle Reflection, Budapest, Hungary

For the Hungarian Millennium celebration in the early 20th C, Ignac Alpar created the Vajdahunyad Castle out of cardboard and wood. He used important buildings from throughout Hungary, including Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance elements. It was so popular, they … Continue reading

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Reflections of a Forest, Evan’s Creek, USA

I think I first did this with a reflection photo from Angkor Wat, and it’s quickly becoming a signature move (kind of like Jake “The Snake” Roberts’ DDT maneuver in pro “wrestling”). It’s an amazingly simple thing, but done well … Continue reading

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