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    Default Reflections

    Hi all
    I know water reflections can just be a matter of being in the right place at the right time, but Wow sometimes you just get great shots without really trying. Pity we cant just switch the wind off sometimes.
    These were taken on a small camera before I treated myslef to the D40. I know the composition and quality isnt great but still!!...
    Heres twoto start taken on the way back from the Isle of Skye (where my mum lives and feeds me up for the kill every time I visit!).
    It is of loch Clunie located on the mainland next to the A82. Loking forward to seeing yours!
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    ISO Speed: 100
    Exposure Bias: 0/100 EV

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    Hi Bazzaaa................love reflections too.

    Lisdoonvara harbour,Ireland.

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    Japanese gardens, bird sanctuary-Tully near Kildare,Ireland.

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    I'm not even sure what the name of this creek is, but it's located in Vineland Ontario.

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    This was taken in Babcock Wildlife in SW Florida
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    Default Boat Reflection at SF Marina

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    Oh I have a few to post to this one, hope thats ok =D

    I love reflections =D

    These where all taken at a lake in Beechworth, Victoria

    Feedback would be greatly appreciated
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    lol and a few more

    again at the same place

    and again would love feedback
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    Wow! So many awesome reflections!


    Here's a different take on water reflection. I only wish I had taken more care while taking the shots


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    Celebration, FL.



    The lake was as still as a millpond.
    Sentenced to be exposed, before my peers.

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