Shadow of a Doubt, 2013
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Thanks so much, Inge!
Simply great and yes I turned my computer upside down : )
🙂 Thanks very much, Kathryn.
Ah, perfect! …photo and title!! 🙂
Thanks very much, Marina! What a lovely compliment! I’m really glad you like it. 🙂
I like taking photos in puddles myself. This is the one thing that’ll allow me to snap people unawares. Although I didn’t think this was one until I saw it up close. I thought it was something on paper in the puddle. Very good.
Yes, I’m an inveterate puddle watcher too – this was about ten shots in and the most graphic. Thanks very much, FM.
Oh, I like this a lot! The figure in the centre is almost cartoon like, and I love the juxtaposition between that and the ripples of water and light. Was this all taken in one shot?
Hi Cheryl. Yes, this is one shot – I was there about ten minutes focusing on the reflection until the right person walked into the picture. I’m really glad you like it.
[beams] Thanks so much, Jennifer!
Awesome image. To me it’s akin to a magic trick. I want to know, how, but I don’t because that would spoil the magic 🙂
Thanks very much, EllaDee. Don’t read the comments above, but there is no trickery involved 🙂
Big big like, Richard. I made an oh! when I saw it.
Excellent, thanks very much, Ashley – that’s made my morning!
Outstanding, rare capture Richard. The shadow and light is breath-taking. Wow!!
Thanks very much, Arjun. It was a real lucky find – I often mooch about near this staircase and yesterday was the day. Really glad you like it.
Magical! I’m much glad.
🙂 Thanks very much, Tatjana!
That’s an incredible effect you have there. Really like it!
…goes off in search of puddles…
Thanks very much, Nancy! 🙂
A magical puddle Richard!
Ha, ha, thanks very much, Elena!
A mystical time-travel of a shot Richard! Excellent!
Thanks so much, Patti!
Woo hoo, that’s brilliant, Richard!
I love it!
Thanks so much, Karen! I’m really glad you like it.
Beautifully captured, Richard! Nicely seen, and a great composition. 🙂
Thanks very much, my friend! 🙂
Really nice, perfect framing/timing.
Thanks very much, Stevie.
This is great! Hard to believe it’s one image!
Thanks very much, Cath! Yes, that puddle was a gift.
Great. I’ve looked at this from all angles!
Ha, ha, thanks very much, Alison!
ciao! no doubts…luvROCK.
Thanks very much, TBD!
Fantastic use of reflections. One of the better reflection photos I’ve seen. Definitely worthy a spot on the top list of reflection photos.
That’s a really nice compliment – thanks very much, Cardinal!
Thanks so much, Rasha!
Thanks very much, Melanie!
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