This picture was taken with an incredibly fast shutter speed so that it could quickly capture the flying water droplets. The reflection adds so much more of an interesting view to this picture; because it's as if you're seeing it double.
Japanese photographer Shinichi Higashi takes great long exposure shots of Tokyo and its urban architecture. The result is a series of “Graffiti of Speed / Mirror Symmetry” with talent that uses replication and symmetry to discover more.
Once again this image is simplistic at first, but once context is given is still portrays a powerful message. The colour tones in this image help to bring the mood down and soften the lighting, rather than lowering the saturation levels post production.
Shutter Speed aka (exposure time) , stands for the length of time a camera shutter is open to expose light into the camera sensor - is one of the three pillars of photography, the other two being ISO and Aperture