Published: Thursday 9th of December 2004 06:42:27 AM
Brilliant! The colors and composition are excellent. cc
You must have been very low to the ground when shooting this one. Wilson, you do have your own style. Well done as usual.
Thank you all for your feedback. Appreciate them all. Yes Howard, this was handheld, lens hood off, lens filter's rim just about to touch the water puddle. In fact, I had to wipe dry the outside of the lens filter. The right-angle finder helps with the SLR viewing (much prefer a digital compact's flip-screen.) BTW, don't try this unless you don't mind looking like a psychiatric escapee crouching with nose touching the ground and bottoms raised way up! ^_^
If the world were flat is this what it would look like? Bizzare capture but very good!
Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
I love looking at your reflection shots. It has made me more aware of reflections. My husband is always saying, "What ARE you looking at?" LOL. Nice over all feel on this image, it feels well balanced. The colors in the reflection are super. Actually, I'm wondering if you were standing on your head when you took this? LOL
Wils I'm with Jayme. You certainly have also made me more interested in reflections as subject matter. This one has great colors and the person's reflection adds interest.
Patrick Di Fruscia
6-7 Great Work Wilson!! Great eye and really original.
Lou Ann Aepelbacher
I can imagine this on a wall ... yet, I'm not partial to it myself. I am not liking the reflection, nor the feet of the person included. Sorry.
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