Up here in Canada we have lots of Rocks and Trees and Water. That is all that is necessary to create a photo like this. Of course its flipped upside down, but I thought it would make an interesting effect. In the workshop you can see this photo right side up. But I thought that seeing it this way is much more effective. Thoughts on this? Just rocks, trees and water!
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robertbartolome (270) 2006-11-27 23:15
Wow Paul, this is incredible. I was scratching my head until I read your note :-)
Very creative. And I think I like it better upside down.
Thanks for this.
Cormac (26545) 2006-11-27 23:26
This is a mind bending shot - and a big surprise when you first see the full size version. Great idea to show this upside down, and a beautiful shot!
danielswalsh (13593) 2006-11-27 23:29
I love it!
This is exactly like my westcoast shot here. Shot of a reflection and then turn the image upside down making "A different take on things...".
I'm glad you left the color in as it adds a nice touch to the shot. Excellent work Paul!
suhan (3552) 2006-11-27 23:30
very very interesting capture and cadrage...
nikkN6 (328) 2006-11-28 0:00
It makes you lose your orientation for a while and that is very beautiful!
jjcordier (70491) 2006-11-28 1:50
Excellent, Paul! On se demande ce que l'on voit et il faut regarder à deux fois pour comprendre. Le retournement de photo est très judicieux et crée un effet fantastique.
ChrisJ (93372) 2006-11-28 4:39
Fantastic reflections with wonderful colour & repetition of the trees & rocks. Tfs!
blue-velvet30 (6524) 2006-11-28 9:52
great efect! Excellent POV, nice colors. Well done ;-)
sothy81 (9542) 2006-11-28 10:22
Hi Paul, yeah this is an effective effect. very interesting. I thought that you took this picture from the water where you can get reflection like. But well you did great here. Sothy, later
jwmunro (286) 2006-11-28 12:42
Hello Paul -
Very clever in deed. I read the title and looked at the image and was scratching my head until it dawned on me, duh! Then I read the note, another duh! I guess I need to be more observant. Well done!
Thank you for sharing and making me think.
tsemin (316) 2006-11-28 12:47
Hi Paul, The lights on the edges of the pebbles add a good dimension to this nice photo. Also nice that you reserved some space for the ground too. Tsemin
jazu (415) 2006-11-29 1:44
Very interesting picture. I was pretty confused at first look.
john_c (24662) 2006-11-29 11:01
That's quite a flip! Here I was enjoying the scene wondering about the rocks at the top...The hues and tones here are subtle yet most effective. It has the quality and appearance of a water colour painting. Superb clarity and graphism. A very fine capture, Paul.
prezntime (3946) 2006-11-29 20:55
Paul, can I say that this is one of your most artistic to date...that I've seen. Simply incredible. You've made exactly the right choice by presenting this photo upside down. I honestly don't know how to describe it...like some futuristic experiment with giant rain drops. The effect is mesmerising. The highlights on the rocks give them a wonderful smooth texture. The simple tones in the photo also add to the effect. So wonderful in its right orientation, but just incredible flipped by your eye.
A favorite of mine buddy.
Ann75 (0) 2006-12-01 13:59
This is a very interesting photo! I love the effect by just simple turning the photo upside down, smart idea! Great reflection in the water and I really think this one is very creative! Excellent work, Paul!