These reflections and shadows of bare branches were glimpsed out of the corner of my eye and quickly snapped.
And then forgotten about until I got around to downloading the photos.
I know I took this one in Victoria but I can’t remember what caused this strange double reflection.
Another shot from who knows where.
There’s something ephemeral about the shadows of branches and they seem to work well when overlaid with other photo subjects. Here a shadowy photo of branches was overlaid onto a news stand.
The same China News stand as above, this time overlaid with shadows of a tree and leafy vines on a mustard wall.
This set of branch shadows was overlaid with the handwritten notes on the end pages of an old Merchant of Venice textbook.
This branch image was collaged with a sunset on Okanogan Lake on one of the last walks with my father.
More of the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Ephemeral.