I went swimming the other day since the weather has been getting a little warmer. I’ve always been mesmerized by the reflections in pool water, and it always reminds me of summertime. Hopefully, this photo brings you feelings of summer too! Enjoy!
I recently had to complete a self-portrait for my photography class, and this is one of the photos that I submitted. I like the stormy appearance in the mirror reflection, and I think it adds to the overall dramatic tones within the image. Enjoy!
I took this photo of the trees’ reflection in the water, and turned it upside down. I thought this image was a great one to post for the start of the fall season! Happy fall!
This picture reminds me of summer memories when I’d go swimming with friends on hot days. I love the water reflection and shade of blue in this image. This photo feels like summer to me. Enjoy!
I took this image after a recent rain storm and before the bloom of the almond trees. I like the reflection in this photo and the sun shining in the sky. Enjoy!
The San Joaquin river runs through the acreages of farm land near my home. I woke up early one morning and I was able to capture this really interesting image. I loved the golden tones in this picture, and it made me wish that I would wake up earlier more often to see the beautiful sunrise! Enjoy!
I took this image when I was in San Diego about a month ago and I loved the boats reflection on the water, as it looked like another world beneath. I turned the image upside down for a cool effect. Enjoy!
This back alley way in Merced always leaves a long strip of water in the parking lot after a rainstorm. I have always found the reflections in the water to be really interesting and fun to see when the light hits the water just right. I flipped this image upside down to give it an interesting effect. Enjoy!
I took this image near the canal that surrounds my house. I feel like this image perfectly captures the beauty of the Central Valley sunsets. Enjoy!
Took this image while practicing my piano. It’s a simple shot, but one of my favorites. Hope you enjoy!