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Reflections can add interest to a photo and attract viewer attention by creating elements that contrast with the main subject.

The nature of reflecting surfaces produce a wide range of visual effects. Smooth water can reflect crystal clear images while a rippling surface can introduce abstract features. Plane glass surfaces can act as mirrors to present single or multiple images in a variety of colours, while curved surfaces can deliver eye-catching distortions.

DIG members captured the interesting range of reflections displayed below.

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Egeskov Castle, Denmark
Source: http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki
Title: Egeskov Castle, Denmark
Author: Malene Thyssen

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Robin Ireland
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Margaret Barnett
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Ken McRae
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Pam Donnet
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Barry Porter
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Dorothy Durney
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Joan Curtis
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Bernadette Abbott
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Diane Reddy
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Leo Lennon
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Marcia McRae
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Marilyn Schell
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Joyce Pickup
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Ian Chesterfield
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Jean McCormick
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Geoff Turton