I enjoy the pepper’s ghost effect of images reflected in glass. This is partly because the brain is not entirely sure what to focus on – is it a girl or is it an old lady? Is it an homage to Mondrian in red and brown and white, or is it a photo of the back of a girl on a ferry? There is also the fact that composition is even more important when dealing with reflected images, there is just more that can be out of alignment and wrong.
Anyway, because I am all worded out right now, here are some photos of more or less reflective surfaces.
On the Westray to Mainland Ferry – Orkney
Flamenco Dresses in Shop Window – Seville
The Orangery in the Old House – Alton Towers
Kew Gardens from within the Palm House – Kew
The Post Office Tower – London
The Largest Glitterball in the World – Blackpool
Woodchester House – Gloucestershire