The Slightest Moment

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  1. abraxas

    abraxas No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    wow, this is a pretty cool shot, but the reflection is confusing me haha.
     
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    Thank you. The image is meant to be confusing. If it weren't confusing it wouldn't be looked at as long. :)

    Basically, it's flipped over. Here's a couple details;

    The reflection at the top of the tree on the right. Palm fiber and sticks can be seen in the water.
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    The Canada geese upside down. I like the 'impessionist' look with the slight movement.
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    And the geese rightside up-
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    Canada geese in the Pacific flyway during this time of year are common. But here on the fringe, in the middle of the Mojave Desert, 100 miles away from any other sizeable, swimmable, body of water, this is quite the occurance.

    This should turn out very nice as a large print (16x20), viewed either from standing back or up close.
     
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    oohh i see it now haha. Well good work, its a way cool picture.
     
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    Thank you. I'm trying to push my work in more of an abstract, or surreal direction. Landscape images that evoke more about what I imagine, think and feel as well as a ~pretty picture. With countless great landscape photographers taking countless great landscape photos, I get to thinking there's nothing left but to do what I please.
     

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