Lens artist challenge – reflections


Reflections are one of the rewards of walking and bird-watching along the Cooks River and adjacent wetlands.

tea trees reflected in water

Black-winged stilt and tea trees at Landing Lights wetland

brown duck surrounded by reflections of reeds in water

A duck among the reeds at the ponds at Cup and Saucer Creek

reflection of power poles Reflected power poles and buildings remind me we are still in the city — it’s easy to forget sometimes.
pelican reflected swimming in dark waterBut the rubbish that litters our waterways is a sad reflection of human nature.

Egret and rubbish bin

Egret and rubbish bin

red drive-on toy car on mud flat.Thanks to Patti for the theme this week:

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: #25 Reflections

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7 thoughts on “Lens artist challenge – reflections

  1. Great captures along Cook River. Really enjoyed the different perspectives. The birds do seem to enjoy the river eventhough rubbish is floating around. Hopefully something can be done about littering there, and then even more wildlife will join the party. Wishing you a good year ahead, Jill 🙂

    • Thanks Mabel, yes the birds seem to cope ok and there has been a lot of bush restoration along the banks so I think more will keep coming.

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