Take Time to Reflect

A lot of people spend so much time looking forward and planning their next adventure that they don’t go back and savor their past experiences. Perhaps we are fortunate since we write about the places that we have visited that we get the opportunity to review our photographs and relive past moments. With that in mind, for this week’s Daily Post Photo Challenge, Reflecting, we went back to a couple of our trips to Chicago where we captured images of reflections off of they skyscrapers as well as the “Bean”.


Cloud Gate (The Bean) in Chicago


Interesting Reflection


Reflections on Skyscraper


Skyline and Its Reflection


One Last View of the Bean


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11 Responses to Take Time to Reflect

  1. Chloe Amanda says:

    What a lovely idea, we spend so much time planning 😊 great post! πŸ’—


  2. lifeofangela says:

    I love these! It’s so interesting to see the people and city reflected off buildings and sculptures πŸ˜„πŸ˜„

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  3. Bea dM says:

    Superb modern architecture with mirror images excellent indeed for reflection πŸ™‚

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  5. Very well said. Loved the pics as well.

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  6. Wonderful photos! Well-suited to this week’s theme!

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  7. Winta says:

    So true! I frequently think that myself and have to really try to actually slow down and enjoy life more. One of those things you learn as we get older.

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