Friday, September 30, 2011

Incognito

A little puddle lives in the corner of a small parking lot. The curb is so deep there that it doesn't take much for the water to build up.

I noticed that it's really difficult to tell where the dirt and gravel end and the reflection begins. 





26 comments:

Snappy Di said...

I've played with a few reflection shots but they've never turned out as nicely as yours. :-)

Jackie said...

Oh that is really cool! Very nice, I love reflection shots and this is a great one.

Daryl said...

this is really pretty and an eye bender for sure .. love reflections, love them .. and you!

EG Wow said...

I love how you write and what you think about, Dianne! I hope little Hope has inherited your way with words. :)

Sylvia K said...

Love your reflections for the day -- as always and I have to agree with EG, I, too, love how you think and write, but of course, you know that by now!! Enjoy your weekend! Hugs to Hope!

Sylvia

Karen said...

Oh, this is great, I love puddle reflections!

Jidhu Jose said...

nice shots

Woody said...

Seriously, I can't ever remember seeing this much standing water in this area, there are impromptu lakes everywhere. Neat reflection.

pink dogwood said...

beautiful

Sivinden said...

Beauty everywhere:)

Lucy the Cat said...

Yes, I ditto Sivinden's words. Your reflection is so sharp!

I hope you have a wonderful weekend!!

'Tsuki said...

Nice puddle shot, Dianne ! I like when you work with your camera filters...

James said...

Cool shots! I always look for reflections in puddles.

Ebie said...

The color and clarity of your shot is great! I always pay attention on puddles, and sometimes careful.

Gemma Wiseman said...

Puddle art is fascinating! Love these detailed fragments of the world in reflection!

VioletSky said...

I really like this - the straight line at the sky is at odds with the side that blends in with the ground.

Ron said...

Dianne, what an AWESOME reflection capture! Love the little splash of green.

"I noticed that it's really difficult to tell where the dirt and gravel end and the reflection begins."

HA! You're right you can't tell - especially in the second shot.

Thanks for sharing, dear lady! Have a great weekend!

X to you and the gang!

P.S. every time I see a reflection now, I think of YOU!

Arija said...

Well spotted!

Gattina said...

That's beautiful and really special !

Malyss said...

There are a lot of treasures to be found in puddles, like pretty pictures!

Kay L. Davies said...

I tried puddle shots this week, too, but yours is spectacular, Dianne.

Kay, Alberta, Canada
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Cloudia said...

very nice job!


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CrystalChick said...

Wow, look at how green those weeds are. ha!
Reflection photos are neat and interesting.

Dimple said...

You're right, it is hard to tell where the reflection begins. I like it, great shots!

Rajesh said...

Wonderful reflections.

bobbybegood1 said...

Wow! Your life is filled with wonderful serendipity. That's awesome, Dianne. I think the pics you take are waiting just for you to arrive. Cheers!!