Sunday night the weather was calm, and the lights from the airport were reflecting on the water, so I asked mom if we could stop and I could attempt to get some pictures.

Of course, none of them turned out how I wanted…

They were too blurry.  I should have put zoom lens on, but didnt think of that until after we left.  Oh well.

I liked the calmness of the reflection.  I think I could learn a lot from it.

This picture makes me happy for a number of reasons, but mostly I just love lights reflecting on the water…and hope someday I get better at capturing it.

Also: Ive been asking everyone, ever where and have yet to come up with an answer.  My camera has a little problem – when we were down south I noticed little spots showing up on the picture.  I took the lens off, and cleaned the little mirror like things, and the spots went away…but there was some lint left behind from his cleaning cloth – Ive tried just about everything and cannot, for the life of me, get it completely cleaned.  Anyone had this happen before?  Advice?

7 thoughts on “Happiness Project: Reflection

  1. Erika says:

    I love night reflections & I think yours looks great!
    Have you tried blowing your camera with canned air? That usually works to remove lint 🙂

  2. Leigh says:

    You did a great job, that’s a fantastic photo.

  3. Sue Anderson says:

    I think your picture is wonderful! I think lights (and objects) reflecting on the water are one of the loveliest things to see.

    =)

  4. Kelly says:

    Beautiful picture 🙂 Happy Tuesday!

  5. Your shot looks fabulous. I wish I could take such beautiful night shots. It doesn’t look blurry at all !

  6. Sarah says:

    Gorgeous photo. Did you get a blower brush with your cleaning kit? If so try that maybe.

  7. Zoe says:

    It’s a beautiful photo! I love the reflection.

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