f/1.4 | 1/2500 | iso 100 | Canon 50mm f/1.2L USM
There’s a wooden boardwalk near the Seattle Great Wheel and when I was down there this last Friday, there were puddles galore. So yeah, this is actually a reflection of the wheel, you can see a picnic table right at the top (well, the base of the table and the rest of it as a reflection). To the right are the wood planks, like I said, there were puddles galore and some were rather larger! 🙂
It just so happens the weekly photo challenge over at The Daily Post is Street Life. From The Daily Post: “For this challenge, document the movement (or stillness) of a street: tell a story with your snapshot, capture a scene that reveals a bit about a place, or simply show us where you live — or a path you often take.” I really should have tagged yesterdays post but oh well, this one works just fine!
About my post processing. Took the rather mono-tone image and converted to B&W. Threw a texture layer on top and voila, we have a winner!
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Beautiful shot David – love that you chose to do a reflection.
Thank you so much, the reflection was screaming to be captured!
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Thanks, really glad you like it!
A beautiful photo, I love this; soft and smooth colors and the reflection.
Thank you for the visit and for the comment, really glad you liked it!
awesome pic! love the unique perspective of seeing the street life upside down and from a reflection. Makes everything seems surreal =)
Lol, it does seem a little surreal (hadn’t noticed that)! 🙂
That’s a fantastic reflection!
Thank you very much, really glad you liked it. Hope to see you around again. 🙂
Saw this on Facebook…NICE!!!
Thanks Bonnie, really glad you like it! 🙂
Thank you very much, your comments are always appreciated!