I was photographing the moon one night when I looked down and saw it reflecting in a puddle of water.
reflection, moon, Puddle
Steve, congratulations not only on the win, but for the inspiration that led a thousand films! When you get a chance, please check out our film "The Wheels Keep on Turning" and let us know what you thought of your image! ;-) https://www.longliveimagination.com/gallery/video/649
Dear Steve B., Thank you for your photograph. I selected your photograph as an inspiration for my film, "Ticket to Heaven," as the reflection of the Moon in the puddle reminds me of all the other celestial objects floating in space with the Moon's light reflecting off the cement appearing as asteroids orbiting an unknown universe.
I have a three picture project and mini series I am excited to share with you through this route. This photo captures its essence perfectly. Very exciting.
Wow! This is what a fluroescently stained cell looks like in black and white!
TheEye of The Universe! WOW!!
I am so glad to see your photo won for The Unknown Theme. Congratulations!
This image is quite inspiring to me. Congrats on the win!
One more time: "Sooo much can be done with this!" Ron Howard, LOOK AT THIS! I'll stop now. :))
Such an excellent submission for THE UNKNOWN theme. Not just the wonderful compositon in photography, but also the unknowns we often reflect upon in life--where do we look...to the night sky. Guess you know I absolutely love this. What a gift presented to you and You captured it! :))
YES! Congratulations : ))
Such a well deserved honor Congrats!!!!
you probably slept through it, but in the pre-dawn hours of September 13 (5:30am est) i walked out onto my front stoop, and saw the moon rising in the east. it hung suspended in a visible 3-d space like a great sphere that had an amazingly bright light shining on it, a light just ready to shine on this part of the earth, yet the visible light on the moon was but a sliver of crescen t on its bottom left (north). directly above the moon shone venus in all her glory. directly to her south was serius, the brightest star that can be seen from planet earth, and to its south, in syzygy with venus and serius, were the three wise men of orion's belt. as always, 45 degrees south and up from orion is the red giant betelgeuse, paired that morning with a very bright jupiter, aligned perfectly with mars in the west. (i'm not making this up! check the farmer's almanac or nasa) the sight was spectacular! we are witness to this vision from our planet only once in about 2150 years (figuring in the earth's precession at the winter solstice) - an "age". This is the dawning of the age of aquarius. now how cool is that? ps: i read einstein and hawking, not my horoscope. congratulations!
Love it --what a gift! Sometimes when we just turn around or in your case looking down--Must have been exciting to capture! Hope you win.
still my favorite!
This is the WINNER!!!!!