Give a warm Daily Post welcome to Ben from Flights. Camera. Satisfaction.! Ben is a British software developer (and frequent photo challenge participant)…

Loch Leven, Scotland. Photo courtesy of <a href="">Flights. Camera. Satisfaction</a>. (All rights reserved.)

Give a warm Daily Post welcome to Ben from Flights. Camera. Satisfaction.Ben is a British software developer (and frequent photo challenge participant) living in Switzerland as he explores his passions for travel and photography.

Reflect: to consider where we’ve been in life, where we are now, and where we’re going.

Reflection is an important part of growing as a person, and we each find the perfect moments in different places, people or things. Often they come along completely unexpectedly, other times we might seek them out in a time of need. For me, those moments most often present themselves in the beauty of a landscape, such as this incredible spot by Loch Leven in Scotland:

Loch Leven, Scotland. Photo courtesy of Flights. Camera. Satisfaction. (All rights reserved.)

Loch Leven, Scotland. Photo courtesy of Flights. Camera. Satisfaction. (All rights reserved.)

Losing myself in thought looking over a still lake, a towering mountain range, or a bustling city is the perfect opportunity to reflect on life. These places remind me of our place in the world, but also demonstrate what we can achieve.


This week, in a post created specifically for this challenge, show us an image that says REFLECTION. 

It could be a person who helps you see things clearly, a place you go to collect your thoughts, or an object that reminds you of your achievements. You could also go for something more literal, like a reflection in water. Or something that demonstrates both interpretations of the word, as I’ve done in this shot.


Flights booked, camera packed, satisfaction guaranteed. Ben is passionate about photography and how it has changed the way he sees the world. Content with curiosity and a camera, he explores our incredible planet both at home and abroad. To see more, follow Flights. Camera. Satisfaction., check out his Flickr collections, or find him on Twitter @flightscamera


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    1. Lovely composition, I don’t see many macro reflection images! They’re normally wide sweeping vistas, nice interpretation of the challenge.


    1. Good to see you embraced the alternative side to the challenge. Love the reflection, but I’m not sure about the symbols! Give me a clue? 🙂


    1. Great shot, almost has a surreal feeling to it although I’m not quite sure why. I think it’s a combination of the colours and the subject matter. In any case, nice work! 🙂


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