When the sun came out from behind the clouds this morning on the Gold Coast, Australia, it was a wonderful sight.
In Greek mythology, Narcissus was a hunter who was known for his beauty. He was proud, in that he disdained those who loved him. Narcissus went to a pool where he saw his own reflection in the water and fell in love with it – not realising it was merely an image. Unable to leave the beauty of his reflection, Narcissus lost his will to live. He stared at his reflection until he died. (Narcissus is the origin of the term narcissism, a fixation with oneself and one’s physical appearance or public perception). Go the gullible gull. Gold Coast, Australia.
Went over to the Marina at the Spit on the Gold Coast yesterday and this wonderful reflection caught my eye. So I snapped the bastard. Hey, ho. Queensland, Australia.
While staying in Circular Quay I snapped the magnificent Sydney Harbour Bridge reflecting in the window of the iconic Opera House. Love it! Hey, ho. Snapped this in Sydney, New South Wales – the capitol of Australia.
At low tide early morning there is so much beauty that surrounds us. Snapped this picture over the week-end on the Gold Coast Broadwater. Hooray. Queensland, Australia.
Over the boardwalk, a reflection down by the sea on the fabulous Gold Coast. Say hi to the high-rise. Queensland, Australia.
I love water reflections and I can’t get enough of them. They are hard to find, but easy to snap. I want more. Alaska.
Flower reflecting off a white stucco wall in the early morning sun of Sanur in Bali, Indonesia. It’s very pretty.
If you suddenly wake up on the National Geographic Explorer in the Antarctic Peninsular in sub-zero temperatures, and you pop your head through the curtain to see what is happening with the weather, make sure you don’t rush outside in your undies (underwear) to take a picture as I did. But when you haven’t got time to get dressed you have no choice. Yah, but what a sight it was. You beauty!