Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflections

Jared Bramblett hosted the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge with a theme of “Reflections,” challenging us to:

. . . create an image that uses reflections to force the viewer to question and interpret the reality of the shot.

The reality of this shot is that there is no “Lab Latte” on the menu.

Looking for a lab latte

Join in the Weekly Photo Challenge and view other responses here.

Happy Friday, Bloggers!

Ciao! ~ Kat

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      1. i did!

        i got a nine month old, Harry, who gets excited everytime i put on my running shoes. hopefully one of these days, i could feature him not just in pictures. lots of funny stories about him. maybe on his birthday;-)

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    1. This guy gets pleasure sticking his head out at drive-through windows even when the car is not moving — usually he gives his best pleading look, like all 100 pounds of him has not been fed in days, and treats magically appear along with my coffee! ~ Kat

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