With just a passing moment of calm between rainstorms, I was lucky enough to get a quick shot in...and even though I have no clue who these people were, it seemed like a fun opportunity to look at things a little differently.
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avigur_11 (22099) 2012-10-11 22:05
Fantastic image. When it is upside down it is much more interesting. mybe a full mono will work even better?
Antipodean (1312) 2012-10-11 22:22
Well spotted & well composed. It has an impressionistic effect. Cheers, Neil
kordinator (20521) 2012-10-12 5:06
What a wonderful reflection.
Nice creations and contrasting colors.
Excuse me for not grade, I spent today free of criticism.
But I will again visit your gallery, has a very good work.
All the best
kiks (12633) 2012-10-12 6:01
Well seen this one, i like the effect of the rotation. I think that if you crop a bit of the under side of the photo the effect would be even stronger.
ikeharel (72211) 2012-10-12 6:34
Nice quize, Jason.
Beautifully presented the inverted-reflection, perfect in details and good clarity under the rain. Not an easy task, yet you mastefully applied this.
marabu61 (11059) 2012-10-12 15:18
Intriguing but superb idea. This really works beautifully. A photo of an icon in Paris with a twist. Great idea and superbly executed.
have a great weekend
Tigerlily (3379) 2012-10-19 13:27
Excellent! I Love this one.. well spotted image.. interesting indeed..
serp2000 (44322) 2012-12-02 23:14
Creative idea, outstanding realisation! How long time did you wait this moment? Or this is is just a spontanouse photo? I like to walk in your photo gallery.
Best wishes and good night!
adidas5nb (5743) 2013-04-25 19:06
i really like the concept and the thinking in this shot .very very creative.very well spotted and executed.
ACL1978 (7511) 2013-05-31 19:30
Hey Jason - I was looking for the old shot you referenced in your most recent when I came across this one I'd never seen before. I'm really glad I saw it now, as it's a fantastic reflection shot - the group portrait turned literally on its head! The reflection forced it to a degree, but including parts of the "real subject" here as well enhances it - now the people appear to be floating, with the Eiffel seeming small behind them. Very cool conceptual shot.