This is another shot of one of our daughter's on the beach, taken a couple of minutes after yesterday's. And while I like this one, I don't think it's anywhere near as striking. As always though, let me know what you think.

On a related matter: I noticed something odd yesterday. I spend quite a bit of time looking at reflections or, more accurately, looking into reflections, and I've realised that I'm treating them as I would ordinary space; i.e. they seem to have three dimensions rather than two. The reason I noticed this is that I walked past a puddle on the beach (that reflected Blackpool Tower) and immediately reacted as though I was walking along the edge of a large drop – which was odd. I guess it makes the world a more interesting place though ;-)

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8.15pm on 12/5/05
Canon 20D
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