It's been awhile since I've been able to post many photos of reflections, since the water has been frozen here for 2-3 months. But at this time of year, especially when the water is high, I often notice striking reflections when I'm stopping to check out the fast-running streams.
These are all taken where Wodehouse Creek overflows its banks, passing under Sideroad 7; this is the north end of the flooded karst, when there is too much runoff to drain down the sinkholes. It was a sunny late afternoon, and the water was still. Hope you enjoy these.