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Reflection Wall Art


Water's reflective properties can provide an opportunity for contemplation and introspection. As we observe our own reflections or the reflections of the surrounding landscape in the water, it can prompt us to reflect on our thoughts, emotions, and experiences. This reflective contemplation can bring about a sense of serenity and self-awareness.

Many people find being near water to be therapeutic. The negative ions that are abundant in natural water bodies have been associated with improving mood and reducing stress. Additionally, engaging in activities such as swimming or floating in water can have a relaxing effect on the body, releasing tension and promoting a sense of well-being.


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Picture of Laroch Harbour, Ballachulish

Laroch Harbour, Ballachulish

Picture of Inchcailloch Pier, Loch Lomond

Inchcailloch Pier, Loch Lomond

Picture of Loch Tarbert Harbour, Kintyre, Argyll, Scotland

Loch Tarbert Harbour, Kintyre, Argyll, Scotland

Picture of Dinghies at Cramond, Edinburgh

Dinghies at Cramond, Edinburgh

Picture of Lochcote Reservoir and Kipps Hill

Lochcote Reservoir and Kipps Hill

Picture of Torren Lochan, Glencoe

Torren Lochan, Glencoe

Picture of Dysart Harbour, Fife

Dysart Harbour, Fife

Picture of Blackness Castle

Blackness Castle

Picture of Blackness Castle, Falkirk

Blackness Castle, Falkirk

Picture of Beecraigs Loch

Beecraigs Loch

Picture of The Old Boathouse

The Old Boathouse

Picture of Linlithgow Palace

Linlithgow Palace

Picture of The Forth Bridge in Winter

The Forth Bridge in Winter

Picture of Kelpies Reflections

Kelpies Reflections

Picture of Linlithgow Palace Sunrise

Linlithgow Palace Sunrise

Picture of Linlithgow Palace Sunrise

Linlithgow Palace Sunrise

Picture of Port of Menteith Parish Church

Port of Menteith Parish Church

Picture of Avon Viaduct

Avon Viaduct

Picture of Boats at Beecraigs

Boats at Beecraigs

Picture of Blackness Bay

Blackness Bay



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