Cool reflections are harder to find than I thought. I know this because I spent a fair amount of time looking for them this year. (Yep, more influence from the ol' assignments list.)
Here are a couple that I found and particularly liked.
This is the Fellerman Ford Bridge in Ripley County, Indiana. We had planned to attend a geocaching picnic in Ripley County and the hosts listed "stone arch bridges" as a local attraction. So my son and I went out ahead of my wife and sought a few of these out. This is the first one we found and the only one that gave up a decent picture.
I like the curves and the nice clear reflection. My son has the "wander into the picture and look contemplative" pose down and I greatly prefer this shot - with someone in it - to shots of just the bridge.
This shouldn't matter but it does: I like that this reflection can't be artificially created in Photoshop or wherever since part of the view is only visible as a reflection.
I like that this shot makes you wonder a little about what exactly it is. It's not as processed as some might think. This is a reflection of wildflowers in my aunt's backyard pool, flipped 180 degrees. I like that it's a little thought-provoking and also that it's fairly monochromatic but not in a black/white way.