Saturday, January 2, 2010

Almost





WEEKEND REFLECTIONS
http://newtowndailyphoto.blogspot.com/2009/01/new-years-day-weekend-reflections-15.html

ALMOST!

If I'd shifted to the right
With a movement merely slight
This would have been a triptych,
Much to my delight!
But with just a passing glance
I missed the perfect chance.
So I didn't shoot a triptych;
Just a silly circumstance!
 *
A 'comment' reveals I'm far from deft!
I should have shifted to the left!

A famous reflection here:
http://rinklyrimes.blogspot.com/2009/10/narcissus.html


19 comments:

Martha in PA said...

Great reflection and I learned a new word! Those are just the types of reflections I try my HARDEST to avoid!!!


I wish for you a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year!

Weekend Reflections

Carol said...

Yes, a little to the right would do it...but its a great reflection shot...Happy New Year!

geraldgee said...

Nearly there
Nearly there
Nearly there
xxx

Julie said...

Are things not reversed in reflection? So are we wanting you to move to your right or to your left?

I wish you a happy and healthy journey into twenty ten.

awarewriter said...

A fun self portrait. You do like to play with words too. Thanks for stopping by. You were the first to comment on the portrait reflections in the water drops. Happy New Year.

Lucy Corrander said...

Looks as if you are about to walk right into our own world.

Lucy

eileeninmd said...

Love your reflection! Great photo.

Eva Gallant said...

Interesting shot--but I'm always getting my rights and lefts mixed up, so I can't help you there! lol

Regina said...

Great reflections!
Happy New Year!

Serendipity said...

Stepping to the right or not, it's a great reflection! Happy new year :)

Woody said...

Poetry, Photography, and Vocabulary in one visit (I had never heard on triptych). Lovely! Thanks!

Happily Retired Gal said...

I love your delightful poem (and the couplet addendum too). It's perfect for your photograph today. I try to avoid capturing my own reflection as a general rule, but sometimes it happens accidentally when my attention is focused on something else. Interestingly I enjoy seeing the reflections of other photographers in their photos. Go figure! Happy New Year to you and yours. May the new decade bring you and yours joyful opportunities and experiences!
Hugs and blessings,

mbkatc230 said...

Fun post! I love the photo, and your words that accompany it are great! Kathy

Thérèse said...

No no believe me, it's much better like this. Symetrical pictures can be boring...
Happy New Year!

James said...

I really like this one. For a moment I thought it was a collection of framed photos.
Very nice reflection shot!

Sistertex said...

LOL...pretty cool I must say. :) Loved every bit of it.

maryt/theteach said...

Ha, Rinkley, I like the poetry that goes with this "reflection" shot! Good for you! :)

Helena said...

Wonderful photo and words! Happy New Year to you :)

Melli said...

LOL! Next time! It's a lovely reflection... even if not a triptych!
Left or right? Who's counting?