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Perfect Reflection
Lens: DA* 16-50 Camera: K5 iis Photo Location: Sherwood Park, Alberta ISO: 80 Shutter Speed: 1s Aperture: F13.5 
Posted By: daacon, 10-11-2013, 05:46 AM

What do you think ? Don't think I have had a better shot of any reflection on water.

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oh BTW took a page from CC's recent post this picture has been flipped , the sky is on the bottom and the water on top anyone catch that ?
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wow, that's awesome Dave, haha, I was just considering why the water was lighter than the sky when I read your comment, that's some reflection
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I was thinking when I first viewed to flip it and post to see what you thought. you are way ahead of the game. wonderful shot with great colors. must be the am I guess?.
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wow again... This is amazing. IŽd like to see some ripple on the water (from a stone perhaps) near you (upper edge) but not much as to not damage the houseŽs reflection so that it is more obvious that the reflection is upwards.. or is the sky made of water?

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Absolutely perfect! Symmetrical and awesome. Love that sky!
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Amazing detail in the reflection - delightful symmetry, as Lori said.

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wow, that's awesome Dave, haha, I was just considering why the water was lighter than the sky when I read your comment, that's some reflection
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Thanks CC it was a mirror image out there for sure.

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I was thinking when I first viewed to flip it and post to see what you thought. you are way ahead of the game. wonderful shot with great colors. must be the am I guess?.
Thanks Bob indeed another early morning (06:27 am). Being a guy I can get ready in about 3 minutes to head out to this place which is about a 5 minute walk down the road.

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wow again... This is amazing. IŽd like to see some ripple on the water (from a stone perhaps) near you (upper edge) but not much as to not damage the houseŽs reflection so that it is more obvious that the reflection is upwards.. or is the sky made of water?
haha thanks carriangas never thought of that in this one being flipped the water is the top.

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Absolutely perfect! Symmetrical and awesome. Love that sky!
Thanks Lori appreciate the kind words.

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Amazing detail in the reflection - delightful symmetry, as Lori said.
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Thanks Jer - that is one of reason I left it centered more or less.
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The only giveaway was the water dripping down my monitor as I viewed the picture. That is one great shot, Dave.

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The only giveaway was the water dripping down my monitor as I viewed the picture. That is one great shot, Dave.
haha thanks Tom careful I should have mentioned make sure you keep your computer level.
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What do you think ? Don't think I have had a better shot of any reflection on water.

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oh BTW took a page from CC's recent post this picture has been flipped , the sky is on the bottom and the water on top anyone catch that ?
This is truly outstanding. Amazing job!
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