‘I was blinded by the light’ – Manfred Mann
Earlier this year, MB was trying to get a shot of the trees behind the visitor center at the lake back home. It was early morning and some rain had fallen during the night. The rain clouds had disappeared before dawn and the sun arose to a clear sky.
But on looking towards the trees, MB was completely blinded by the sun’s reflection off something very bright lying on the ground a few meters forward. MB had to shift his position somewhat to see that the sun was actually shining off a rain puddle, that was a leftover from the night before. Made an interesting addition to the shot.
GORGEOUS image! I love the colors and the framing, and that little touch of cognitive dissonance as the brain struggles to understand why the sun is in the middle of the path. This one’s a keeper, MB!
Cheers HM. it’s a goodie all right!
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Don’t fall into that hole where the light is. The aliens are there and you’ll end up in another world.
It may be the entrance to the land of everlasting youth that I let you in on previously. Seriously!
Thanks MC. I like it a lot!
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