Spring Tree Reflection Posted on June 8, 2012 by Sheila Creighton Posted in Trees Tagged branch, London, photography, puddle, reflection 14 Comments A puddle provides the perfect mirror for a spring tree branch. © Sheila Creighton 2012 Share this:ShareFacebookEmailTwitterPinterestLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
What a cool shot. I love it!
thank you amelia!
How lovely. I love the contrast between clarity and fuzziness; a bit like life really 🙂 (well mine anyway!).
thanks mine too – and sometimes hard to focus. 🙂
Oh, also – it’s like an eye: a cat’s eye.
yes I see that… ha
😉 😀 😉
thanks aj! 🙂
That’s good, Sheila! For me, its made by having the ground around the puddle blurry and not well seen – and also so different from the silvery puddle with its in focus leaves. Two things come to mind. First, the puddle’s shape is very reminiscent of the shape of a spear’s head. And second, looking for sometime at this picture, its almost as if the silver puddle is floating above the brown ground – very interesting shot – I’d rotate it 90 degrees anti-clockwise. Adrian
thanks Adrian – it did have a bit of a glow and looked kinda abstract.
Beautiful, it’s almost like a mirror. 🙂
thank you – reflections rock.