Reflection

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  1. SantosD50

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    Lovely!

    Nice composition too, great idea !

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    I do like it.........color mix.
     
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    This kinda shot passes me by only because I don't have the creativity and the eye for it....but have to say this is good and considering it is a reflection, I think you've done well here. It's nicely exposed and although unusual composition, I think it works well and the colours are very nice.
    Ken.
     
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    I really like this! Its a great shot and like others have said nicely composed.. I also would not have thought to takea photo in the mirror...
     
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    It's actually not a mirror, it's the rear window of a Lincoln Town Car.
     

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