cute gazing ball fellow!
What a great, clever reflection for the day, Andrea!! Hope you have wonderful weekend!! Enjoy!
Fantastic usual reflection. Camera got water in it, NOT WORKING and going to Malawi on Sunday for 6 weeks!!!
You did a good job keeping yourself out of the shot!
You do find the most amazing reflections each week. Love your artists eye and sensibilities.
Wow, what a great reflection! I love the figurine too. It would look great in a garden. I never think to look around me for all these fabulous photo opportunities. I just looked at your feline art, and the last image is awesome! Need I ask who the model was? Hmmmmm? On a different note, I cooked my picky little fellow a steak for supper tonight, and he snubbed his nose at it. I finally wrapped it up and put it in the fridge. Maybe he'll want it later. He seems to enjoy eating food between midnight and 2 am. No, he did not get that habit from me. Oh well.It's getting warm in here now so it's time to open the front door for a few hours till bedtime. The cooler air will feel good. You and Izzi have a wonderful evening. Hugs, Edna B.
I just love those gazing balls : it is so pretty in a garden... And I like the traditionnal explanation for their existence : they were placed in the garden to protect them againt creatures like imps, because they were supposed to gaze at those balls if their path was crossing one ; it was a popular way to protect your house against magical forces...This one is very pretty, and a great opportunity to catch an excellent reflection.
reflection is fabulous...lovely photo...
Nice choice of reflection. You have a good eye!
That is an unusual gazing ball. Maybe it is a little gypsy boy and he can see the future.
This is extremely creative and fantastic perspective!
Great reflection, I don't always take the time to see this sort of thing.
neat! I did not even see the reflection at first. Thought the ball was painted. .)
What a wonderful, whimsical reflection photo!