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reflecting on the season

Day 8 of Picture The Holidays, and today we were challenged to find a reflecting point of view.

From this morning’s email,

Reflective surfaces can be creative muses in your photography. There is no way of knowing exactly how the reflection will translate. Shoot something in a reflective surface today and see what you find. It could be you looking back at you, or it could be some other kind of seasonal magic. It’s all in how you look at it.

I immediately thought of the gorgeous shop windows here in my town.

reflecting on the season

And it didn’t take me long to find this set-up at a well known decor stop. I love how the store lights from across the street, and a few headlights from passing cars turned into some cool bokeh in the window and the glass ledge behind the candles. Fun!

I love shooting through a storefront window and it probably won’t be the last time I do it this month. Everything is just so darn pretty this time of year.

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PICTURE THE HOLIDAYS with Tracy Clark and Paper Coterie: 31 days of seasonal photo prompts to inspire your creativity. Find out more here.

This post is a portion of my focus52 project, hosted right here at twoscoopz! Visit or join the focus52 flickr group here. My own focus52 project can be found on flickr here or by clicking ‘my f52’ in the category list to the right.

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