one of the many sky scrapers of Chicago's skyline is reflected on the wet marble floor of the crown fountain in Millennium park.
This iconic fountain consist of two oversized glass towers that are equipped with LED diodes to show faces that change constantly their expressions. From time to time a spurt of water is squirted from the mouth of these faces and fill the marble pool for a short time.
This picture has simply been turned upside down but is otherwise completely unchanged.
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ACL1978 (5783) 2013-03-09 9:26
Hello Daniel - a nice reflection shot turning this cityscape into a lovely impressionist painting. I like the brightness of the color against the dull gray of the BG - this is a great way to turn a cloudy day to your advantage as well. Nicely done.
rogerl (750) 2013-03-09 11:12
It took me a while to figure out what this shot was (until I read the note)! Great pastel colors, it almost looks like a watercolor rather than a photo, what with the colors and the blurry edges. The blues and oranges are great, and for once a cloudy sky enhances rather than detracts from the shot. Nicely seen.
EstelleJ (921) 2013-03-09 14:48
Very unusual reflection photo - the more so the more interesting to see something like this on TE! The colors are reflected quite nicely.
emka (58152) 2013-03-09 23:41
Hi Daniel, Splendid idea to show this inverted reflection in the wet pavement. Nice faded colours and blurs. Looks like impressionist painting.
Noel_Byrne (7374) 2013-03-10 8:23
Wow,what a refelection, and that it is done on a marble floor too, really well seen and done. Its a beautiful scene, being a fan of skyscrapers, this one is a beauty!
All the best
eldancer1 (17064) 2013-03-10 15:20
I like your presentation of this tower! Awesome catch of the reflections with wonderful colors. Well done, tfs.
kasianowak (2255) 2013-03-11 3:12
I really like this impressionist image of Chicago! Nice pastel colours and the lines add another dimention. Good idea to turn upside down.