Walking beside Lake Burley Griffin this afternoon, around the back of the National Museum, I found these panels of mirrors reflecting, in a warped kind of way, rows of slim young gum trees growing near the water. I was under the trees with a project of photographing details, but what caught my eye was this long image of the very trees I was under:
What a simple way to adorn an otherwise ugly set of slopey walls:
The panels create the effect of fun-house mirrors, bending and twisting the straight tree trunks:
Fun to look at and fun to photograph:
Sometimes the weekly photo challenge topic serendipitously coincides with my weekend outing. I love it when that happens.