Reflection

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  1. Alex06

    Alex06 TPF Noob!

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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    This is almost as equally divided as a playing card, and I pity the fact that it is not QUITE as equally divided, and that the bushes (like that cone-shaped one, for example) are to be seen (almost) fully in the reflection (save the top of that particular "cone"), but not in their original appearance.

    Nevertheless I fully understand why you were VERY attracted by this sight. Such still water with the light you were having when you saw it are TWO sights to behold. No wonder you wanted to capture it!!! And reflected as it is, that log nearer to the rock takes a ind of "double-headed monster" shape ... cool.
     
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    Beautiful photo ..Absolutely perfectly stunning. Maybe try cropping it though so it's exactly symmetrical?
     
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    I'm fine with it. It's hard to come across such calm water and the right light source to reflect the surroundings this well.
     
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    Very pretty. I dont think I would change a thing
     

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