Henri Cartier-Bresson. In this photo I like how the reflection in the puddle is so clear, the water is like glass. I also like how you can not see past the person. It is bright so gives you an image in your head and seems weird.

I like this picture by Henri Cartier-Bresson. This picture uses the simplicity of a black and white picture and is simple in general. The reflection of the kid in the water gives a really nice effect that attracts viewers to view this picture.

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Reflected Landscape Photography By Victoria Siemer - UltraLinx

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Riverside, EastEnd by John Morrison and Harold Burdekin. #London

Spooky, Beautiful 1930s Photos of London Streets at Night

With his collaborator John Morrison, Harold Burdekin photographed the streets of the city of London in the dark for his book London Night, published in 193

Photographer Guillaume Amat Places Mirrors Into Industrial and Natural Landscapes to Look Both Beyond and Behind

Photographer Guillaume Amat Places Mirrors Into Industrial and Natural Landscapes to Look Both Beyond and Behind (Colossal)

Photographer Guillaume Amat Places Mirrors Into Industrial and Natural Landscapes to Look Both Beyond and Behind

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