Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: #25 Reflections

“In order to reflect, think and plan, you must quiet yourself. You can’t see your reflection in churning waters. Water must be still to see your reflection.” ― Karen Hantze Susman

It is almost at the end of the year. The time when I usually look back to the phases that I had been through throughout the year. It was not an easy year. The year where I struggled a lot to get my master done. The year where I struggle to get back in the ‘game’ (and still, the battle is not over yet). The year that I faced another broken-heart story. Nonetheless, it was not only about walking in the darkness since I am sure that there will be light at the end of the tunnel. Well, apart for those difficult times, there were many things that I grateful for. My master was finally done, that was a huge relief. Some chances to get some important tests. Meeting great people along the way, even one was being my motivation in the past one year.

This time, I am trying to reflect. Just to see how far I have walked. I am not done yet. The ongoing journey is not over yet.

The theme for this lens-photo challenge is Reflection. The photos below show some reflections I took during my ongoing journey. For more information about this challenge, kindly visit Patti’s blog HERE.

Reflection in Banda Aceh, Indonesia

Reflection in Banda Aceh, Indonesia

Reflection of monument at Putroe Phang Park, Banda Aceh, Indonesia

Water reflection in Bandung, Indonesia

Reflection in Muscat, Oman.

Reflection through Vltava River, Prague, Czech Republic

Reflection through Isar River, Munich, Germany

The reflection of El Badi Palace, Marrakesh, Morocco.