Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflections


When I went to the Old Port last week, I noticed that the fountains on the pond were already turned off. Thankfully, there was still water on it which provided a really nice reflection of the nearby trees and installations.

Pond Reflection Old Port

ISO - 100 | Focal length: 18 mm | F-stop: f/11 | Exposure time: 1/250 sec

Today’s Photo Challenge from The Daily Post is Reflections and I think this photo works well for this challenge.

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