dappled shade

Since it’s Monday morning here, I thought I’d start with a peaceful, soothing image. Hope everyone had a great weekend. This was taken at a lovely public garden–one of our favorite places to just stroll and reflect on all the beauty.

French doors

I love the colors on these French doors. We were at Glen Echo Park, a very cool vintage amusement park in the Wash DC area. Lots of art deco and old architecture.

I hope this doesn’t scare anyone. The mask is a little creepy, isn’t it? I like the way it reflects, though. There’s a tree in there too….


I’m not exactly sure how this happened. I think I was looking at a reflection of some ballroom dancers through two different panes of glass. I was trying to shoot quickly so I could meet someone Mr. Prose had just run into. Anyway, there are two or three different reflections going on here. See the dancers at the bottom?

OK, Mr. Prose is off work for the Fourth of July weekend, so we’re going to a movie and possibly shopping for an iPhone (yay). They’re supposed to have some pretty awesome apps for photography.

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4 Responses to Reflections

  1. Mr. Pearl says:

    Amazingly beautiful, that tranquil public garden. Quite a photograph from the also amazing and beautiful Ms. Pearl.

  2. Lua says:

    Oh Pearl I LOVE the photos but that first one just blew me away, so peaceful and soothing … For a moment, I was there sitting on that bench with a good book in my hand 🙂

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