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March 29, 2011
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DSLR-A550
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1/40 second
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F/8.0
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20 mm
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200
Date Taken
Mar 29, 2011, 7:31:53 AM
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Adobe Photoshop CS Windows
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Whats Down Is Up by dsnider Whats Down Is Up by dsnider
I had to think hard about uploading this to the abstract gallery. Me and ^pullingcandy find it hypnotizing if you stare at it for a minute. ;) Kinda different stuff from me so hope you enjoy.

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Zakily Apr 3, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
just amazing shot!:clap:
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:iconbowplz: Thank you very much! I am glad you like it!
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Journal Feature:)
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:icondsnider:
Thank you very much! I am honored!
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this wonderful work has been featured here [link] :heart:
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Thank you so much my friend!
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NekoiX2 Mar 31, 2011  Student
I'm glad you uploaded this one, because the moment I saw it I said out loud, "Oh, wow!" The elements of fog only accent further the mystery of the water's mirror. It's so rare to find water that still and pervect. I can't spot a single ripple! Another interesting factor is how the trees aren't only not all straight, but some are even curvey and wavery, and that is reflected in the water below. There's an odd effect to the color where the green mos is visible on the trees, but not on the ones in the water, almsot like looking back or forward in time.
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