This week’s challenge is set by guest photographer, Jared Bramlett – to create an image that uses reflections to bring a sense of surreal duality and force the viewer to question the reality of the shot. His use of a 12″ x 12″ mirror to augment reality makes for intriguing shots. It’s worthwhile taking a look at his photos, click here.
I’ve posted two shots of the same scene, but one of them is flipped. Can you guess which one is the original?
12 thoughts on “Weekly photo challenge: Reflections”
The second one is the right way round isn’t it? because the sky must be lightest? Very difficult to be sure, its so perfect!
Thanks for playing along Gilly, you’re right …. the sky is lighter.
I think the second one is the original…?
Thanks for guessing, Learning…. you’re right!
Difficult to say. Is the second one right side up?
The second one is the original! Oh.. it’s so tricky. Nice shot by the way..
I’d guess the second one as well
the second one is the original. but the reflection is so perfect. good photo 🙂
😉 you’re right! More intense detail in the reflections,lighter sky.
Quite right Schneevoigt! 🙂
I always do this with my reflections photos too 🙂 my first entry for this challenge is impossible to decipher unless you already know that the water always shows up darker than the sky…..http://looneyatoms.com/2012/11/30/weekly-photo-challenge-reflections/
Hi Barbara, it was an inspiring challenge, i enjoyed seeing what other bloggers posted, and was surprised at how the reflected image held such crisp and better detail than the topside image.