Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Chicago Photographer | Chicago Newborn Photographer | Chicago Children's Photographer | Patricia Anderson Photography | Reflection

This weeks theme was "reflections".  While I *reflected* on how this could be interpreted in a creative, artistic way, I (of course) waited until the last minute to take my reflective photos, and simplified it a little more than I had hoped for.  But oh well!  Today, my daughter and I visited Millennium Park with one of my good friends.  I figured, what better reflective landmark in the city of Chicago then THE BEAN!  It was a bit chilly so we didn't stay for too long, but here are a few Reflective shots taken here in downtown Chicago!  



And now, hop on over to the blog of my FAVORITE Chicago Photographer,
Elaine Melko!


9 comments:

  1. Yay! I'm so glad one of you Chicago ladies did this! This was exactly what was in my head when I saw the theme was "reflection". I starting thinking, "Hmmm..... how can I get to Chicago?"! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. tricia, these are awesome, just awesome. what a perfect subject and you captured it just as perfectly. i love them!

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  3. Wow! These are fabulous reflection images. Thanks for sharing The Bean!

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  4. i think these are IDEAL images for this week's theme...bravo! what a perfectly clear, blue-skied day you had for capturing them, too :) in addition to the stunning reflections, i like how nicely the folks beneath the bean in the first picture are silhouetted...

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  5. These are SO great! I especially love the city buildings and blue sky reflecting on the bean in the last picture...such a cool point of view!!!

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  6. Thanks for the nice introduction! I love your image. I have seen the bean so many times before, but it looks different to me. You really captured it and great toning. :)

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  7. These are just AWESOME! So cool!

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  8. Love, love! The reflection of the buildings is so interesting. My favorite is the very last one. Great job!

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