***Mini-challenge #346--The Reflected Life***

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***Mini-challenge #346--The Reflected Life***
May 21, 2012

Call me "The Accidental Mini-Challenge Host". I had many ideas, here's one of them:

Any picture is eligible so long as it has some reflected scene in it.

It doesn't have to be the main subject of the photo but has to add substantially to the composition.

You may enter up to three images. Please try to post them all in one post.

The host chooses the winner after the challenge closes (usually after one week). The decision of the judge (the host) is final. The judge is not eligible. The winner then chooses the next topic, runs the challenge, judges the winner, and passes on the baton to that person.

If you submit a photo, please check in when the winners are posted. The first place winner is expected to host the next challenge. If the first place person cannot host, it moves to the 2nd place, etc. Any picture you've taken is eligible regardless of time taken and/or camera used.

Please reply to the ORIGINAL (THIS) post if you are submitting an entry and remember to change the Subject of your post to display your name or picture titles. This way, when someone comments (i.e. replies), it will refer specifically to you.

Please give a title to each photo - this makes it easier to differentiate when giving comments. "If you want someone to leave you a piece of constructive criticism, put an asterisk next to the title of the image."
POSTING GUIDELINES

Embed your image in the thread. Also re-size your photos prior to posting so they're sized appropriately for viewing without having to scroll (approx. 800 pixels on the longest side works best.)

As a show of courtesy, and to save bandwidth, remove the original post when replying, so you don't bring back any previous photos.

Examples:

I shot the pro baseball field in my town today. I got the usual money shots then I noticed how I kept looking at my guide's sunglasses:

If you've ever been to Canyonlands, Utah, you know all about the stunning scenery. It's everywhere. Even reflected in my car's rear window:

Out shooting the autumn colors:

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