Pink House…a puddle’s view

I’m always looking for different ways to photograph the same old view and sometimes dynamic weather and clouds, or finding something to frame the subject can help with changing the look of a scene.   Another way to change the scene is to change your perspective.      Getting down low and using the foreground is one of my favorite ways to make a scene interesting.   In this case it was a 2-3 foot wide puddle in the middle of a parking lot across from the Pink House.   With my camera sitting on the ground at the edge of the puddle, you can see the house and colors of the sunrise reflected.    So get out and get down low… because you’ll never look at a little puddle the same way again!


Here are some outtakes below for some perspective of what you don’t see. (Note I took the large telephone pole out…it was annoying me lol!)


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