Prism Reflections cropped 1877

Cropped to the shapes.

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  • Denise Coleman 7y

    I like this one best. What fun.
  • sburke2478 7y

    This is one of the three I picked. We'll see if I made a good choice!
  • sburke2478 7y

    Thanks for the fave, pipaman!
  • sburke2478 7y

    OK, results are in...this one did best, it got an Honorable Mention ribbon. Not bad! I'd hoped for a bit higher, but the judge was right, the black stand is too much in shadow. I may try to fix that.
  • Ed von Ems 7y

    Your photo is amazing

    I have some like this one
    Hemaris fuciformis
    Ed von Ems

    Enjoy
  • sburke2478 7y

    Thanks, Ed--I saw your pics, your whole photostream is full of excellent nature shots, and awesome pictures of the moon apparently taken from a low lunar-orbiting Apollo craft, or a telephoto lens 500 miles long. I commented and faved on a few, but if I did that to all the ones that deserve it, I'd never go to work, because I'd have to do your whole photostream!
  • oermserjung 7y

    great idea. like it.
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  • Holly 6y

    Really wonderful prism colors and reflections!!
  • sburke2478 6y

    Yeah, isn't this cool? It was for the "reflections" contest at the Enchanted Lens Camera Club. I believe it got an Honorable Mention prize--but I always kinda liked it.
  • toni 6y

    wonderful capture. Nice job.
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  • kh2rac 6y

    ohh
    nice nice nice

    i love the colors

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  • sburke2478 5y

    Thanks for the fave, zayan1! I see you like prism pics! You have a nice one faved to the right of mine; it's very colorful.
  • carbumba 3y

    Very well captured
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