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Kevin Pinkerton

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I had some fun yesterday playing with the aperture and focus of a new (to me lens). I took photos of reflections on puddles, streams and a pond and had a very, very difficult time choosing which ones to share. Both of these images are 100% water reflections that have been rotated 180 degrees to trick the brain to thinking it is looking up at the sky. Sort of. It was a windy day so there was a lot of rippling across the top of the small bodies of water. Plus the water depth was only perhaps 1 or 2 inches deep in at least one of the images. So the leaves that are laying under the water add a faint bit of color to the overall look in places. Taken with a normal Nikon Z6 and a Helios 40-2. Processed in Capture One 20.

"Day Dreaming"


"Night Dreaming"

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