Wednesday, September 2, 2009

reflection

looking east, toward new hampshire,
across the placid surface of a fountain

21 comments:

B SQUARED said...

Nice effect. At first I thought it was a shot of a flood.

Jacob said...

What a great composition. I thought the same thing as B Squared...I also like the watery effect and the colors. Supershot, Brattcat!

Vogon Poet said...

I'm joining the flood group! Great shot, simple, subtle and spectacular.

Sunny said...

I was afraid for the horse! This is such a creative picture!
Sunny :)
P.S. Thanks for stopping by, I may continue with the Alphabet Soup for a couple of days.

Malyss said...

Like the others, I thought of a flood..and was worrying about the horse you showed before!
So it's a double effect shot!..Ü

Abraham Lincoln said...

The effect is marvelous. I did this not long ago by bending over and putting the camera between my ankles and photographed across a puddle of water. It was most interesting to me to see what the camera saw.

Abraham Lincoln

Cezar and Léia said...

Magnificent picture!This angle,reflection and colours...all are perfect!
Congrats dear friend!
Léia

Rob said...

Superb!

lizziviggi said...

What a great picture! Very well done.

Frank said...

Super composition. I agree that it looked just like a flooded street scene. Nice shot!

Steffe said...

Great idea and fun composition.

Birdman said...

Whew! For a moment there, I thought Danny went more inland than I thought. Ha! Like the reflection.

Julie said...

Fascinating view: is the horse real?

Café Chick said...

What a truly stunning composition around that lake!

Julie said...

Given all the summer rain, I thought this was the West River! It's a great shot, Brattcat!

Clueless in Boston said...

Interesting perspective.

JM said...

Great! Fantastic shot!

Sharon said...

Wow, this is a fantastic shot!

slim said...

Very interesting vantage point. I like your creativity.

margaret said...

Clever. It took me a moment to realise it wasn't a house on a lake.

ejvig said...

Great shot. I too thought it was a flood until I read your caption.