Buildings can be reflective as well. In this instance, in Chicago, the reflection of the older intricate architecture in the sleek more modern building is a nice study in contrasts.
The building at 333 W. Wacker in Chicago’s riverside facade is curved to mirror the shape of the bend in the river. The surface is highly reflective which showcases the river, surrounding buildings and sky.
Glass, of course, is another reflective surface which can be used very creatively because you get a picture within a picture effect.
A shiny counter top serves as an interesting reflective subject also.
The shape of the bean can distort the images creating a fun house mirror effect. Go inside the structure and you will be treated to an abstract reflective delight.
This week I encourage you to look to the reflections presenting themselves in your daily life and maybe snap a photo of a few.