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I was racing about the house, rather blindly, thinking about all of things I needed to do when the light struck the window, that rippled window, and I was compelled to stop and look … and then run to get my camera.

I’ve been collecting these images for years, and while I’ve yet to produce that book of images, I have submitted several individual prints to an upcoming juried art exhibit.  Stay tuned for the results.

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When I walked the river’s edge last Saturday, I kept peering deep into the water looking for fish and turtles.  But the sun was so hot and there were so many canoeists in the water.  It became quite clear that beneath those churned up waters that I would be spying no fish or turtles. So I paid attention to the surface.

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In an earlier post, I asked what is this image.

Here’s another related image.

So, what’s happening here?  Those of you who guessed anything to do with light and water were right on the money.  What you see in these images is pure reflection.  As I was walking along Boston Harbor the other day, I looked into the water and saw this:

This building was being reflected in the harbor waters.

As it was reflected in the water, it’s regular lines were distorted by surface ripples.

Luckily, I had my camera set to black and white.  And then at the end, I switched back to color.

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