Reflections in Paris

by Beth Shepherd
( May 21st, 2015 )

I love capturing reflections when I travel, in windows, at the water’s edge, on a tabletop, the rear window of a car. Life in the mirror, the view before your eyes. And yet, at the same time, a different perspective. Here are a few, from Paris.

Window reflection in Paris

Espace reflection

Paris cafe reflections

Pantheon pendulum

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Behind the scene in Paris

by Beth Shepherd
( May 18th, 2015 )

As a photographer, with a daughter who does not like being in front of the camera, I am forever trying to coach a smile. And when traveling, catching candid photos of locals—face on—can be a challenge or, in some countries, dangerous. Interestingly enough, I’ve found you can still capture the mood of a person from behind. You also get a sense of them from their stance, gestures, action, clothing, and the intimacy or distance with which they are standing next to their family or companions. Here are a few shots I’ve taken “behind the scene” in Paris.

Couple with crossed hands from behind

Lady in red from behind

Heels in Paris from behind

Couple in blue from behind

Red heels from behind

Girl in red from behind

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Spring in my garden–a feast of color

by Beth Shepherd
( May 15th, 2015 )

Spring in my garden—a feast of color—and my favorite time of year. Every day I see something new that wasn’t there the day before, and a world that was filled with grays and browns is now flush with every hue in the rainbow. With my hands in the soil, surrounded by my beloved plants, I couldn’t be any happier.


The love of gardening is a seed that once sown never dies.


~ Gertrude Jekyll


Plum blossomsPlum blossoms


HelleboreHellebore


EuphorbiaEuphorbia


pierisPieris


HostaHosta


Bleeding heartBleeding Heart


RosemaryRosemary


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