Friday, July 2, 2010

Oil on Water Reflections - Weekend Reflections


The recipe called for oil and water to come to a boil.
So I added a dash of olive oil.
And was fascinated by the yellowish color and beautiful reflections it cast through the water in the pan!

To see reflections from around the world, please visit James at Newton Area Photo - and join us for Weekend Reflections!

13 comments:

  1. Wow...isn't it amazing where you can get reflections. This is beautiful Have a great weekend :)

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  2. WOW Clytie, marvelous...LOVE IT!

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  3. Just a pan? Water & oil? Very cool!! Looks like something I would never set up but see others do and thing "gee, why can't I do that?". Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Very cool and unexpectedly lovely photo.

    Although I had a good laugh...I can't go on letting you and Sissy Bea think that I have a funny little out house in my back yard that I spend my spare time in. The picture is just a funny little out house I found on Google Images because I didn't want to broadcast my own bathroom coast to coast. I know that I am more then a little eccentric but it hasn't gotten that bad yet...maybe next year.
    Cea I hope you have a fun and wonderful 4th of July filled with lots of fireworks. Love you my Sissy of the heart.

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  5. Excellent abstract image. I like the colors and the subtle forms.

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  6. Fantastic shot! You have a great eye for seeing photos where most people would miss them.

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  7. Amazing reflections! Beautiful soft shapes and tones - like bubbling abstract art on the move!

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  8. I like the lighting and shadows in this shot. Fun patterns and reflections. It's great to be back! Now if it would stop raining!

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  9. I guess we are lucky that oil and water don't mix, very creative shot.
    Happy Weekend :)
    ☼ Sunny

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  10. Three pills is my lunch time number.

    I didn't know you suffered a stroke.

    Have a nice Sunday. The less fireworks possible.

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  11. That is absolutely gorgeous! I thought at first it was an ornate door nob!!!

    Fills my eyes, it does.

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