Travel Theme: Smoke and Mirrors

By Vladimir Brezina

Ailsa’s travel-themed photo challenge this week is Smoke and Mirrors, in honor of Smoke and Mirrors Day (where do these designations come from?), “which celebrates all things magical and illusory”.

The magical smoke and mirrors of a calm dawn on the river…

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42 responses to “Travel Theme: Smoke and Mirrors

  1. Seeing the mist rise off the early morning waters is always magical!

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  2. Ha! Perfect, perfect, perfect!!!

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  3. The first shot is “killer”.

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  4. Beautiful – I love them all. Great shots.

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  5. Beautiful Vlad! I took her to literally mean Smoke & Mirrors which narrowed my selection gallery down to about 3 pictures :)

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  6. That first shot is full of magic and mystery….wonderful

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  7. love this interpretation. beautiful shots. :)

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  8. I love the early morning fog on the river and the reflections. Very mystical. :-)

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  9. Wow! I particularly love the first photo! :-)

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  10. These photos are fantastic, particularly the first 2.

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  11. Great for this challenge ! Happy Easter

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  12. These are beautiful photos. The top one is quite magical.

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  13. Beautiful.

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  14. Definitely amazing photos! Well done for that theme!

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  15. Stunning… to say the least! ;-)

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  16. Haha, I know, who comes up with these designated days? Really lovely photos, the Hudson River one is my favourite, so beautiful. xxx

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  18. Just beautiful!

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