K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge: Reflections

Ah, Monday. Finally getting back home, settling down, and opening up the Obzervashunal to see what’s going on in the WordPress universe.

Around these parts, we start the week off with the ‘K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge’.


Because we like the idea of firing up the creative brain cells in order to start the week off with a bang…. oh, and invite YOU to do the same if you choose.

My buddy Dale came up with this week’s prompt, which he offered up to us this past Friday. What was that prompt?


Now, we, Dale and I, always suggest you define these prompts any way you like. All we ask is you try to include the original idea/prompt to keep the subject on point.

Check out Dale’s amazing answer to his own challenge prompt here

Cool right?

As for me, I chose to do something a little different.

birds in flight, bird photography, wildlife photography, white birds, reflections

Try as he might, the egret can never outrun his reflection…

The actual photo is one of those shots that almost didn’t happen. Why? Because I was doing what I sometimes do when I have a camera in hand, witnessing an amazing happening out in nature: staring and not shooting… It happens.

The actual photo, as you probably can guess, shows off the reflection of the egret on the lake much better, buy the graphic offers its suggestion, forcing you to either imagine it or simply move in closer to see it better.

Hope you’re reading and viewing this and Dale’s excellent Reflections post, while at the same time considering adding your creative voice to the Monday mix.

All you need to do is go ahead and create your post and give it a title similar to Dale’s or my own. Copy the URL of your post and paste it in the comment section of this post or Dale’s. (remember, I’ve got a link to his post above!) Lastly, add our tag #CosPhoChal to your post’s tags and you’re done!

K’lee L. © 2016

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