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Non standard photographic editing; collages, manipulations, assemblages, applied textures, double exposures
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Falling Water

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I'm gonna ask you to explain this one Bob, since I can't figure it out. There is evidently something reflected in the "falling water" of unknown origin, something that looks a little like a man in some kind of small yellow convertible roadster with purple tires, a cartoon-like Super Mario type character driving right towards me. It definitely piqued my curiosity.
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Minnie, it's an outdoor fountain at an outdoor shopping mall. The yellow and white lights are from a store in the background. The purple lights are lights that change color and are located in the fountain. The water is pumped up to a trough and then overflows causing the cascade which is both illuminated and translucent letting the lights behind show through.

Very good imagination in seeing a man in a convertible driving towards the viewer. I like that.
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minniev wrote:I'm gonna ask you to explain this one Bob, since I can't figure it out. There is evidently something reflected in the "falling water" of unknown origin, something that looks a little like a man in some kind of small yellow convertible roadster with purple tires, a cartoon-like Super Mario type character driving right towards me. It definitely piqued my curiosity.
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A wonderful abstract.
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Thank you for visiting and commenting, Ed. I appreciate that.
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pop511 wrote:A wonderful abstract.
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Post by St3v3Murray »

I've always loved see-through waterfalls and the images you can create with them. This is full of possibilities! S-
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Thanks, St3v3. Your comments are greatly appreciated.
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