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Underwater reflections of an irregular water surface
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Sunlight in the places where the water is shallow, reaches the boulders and gravel from the lake bottom. The underwater reflections from place to place reach a maximum intensity, thus being created a lots geometrical shapes of light, due to irregular water surfaces, which are acting like a lot of lenses in a continuous motion. Also, at the water’s surface many blue spots can be seen. Are the reflections of the blue sky.
The image was created with a Nikon D40X camera and Nikon 55-200mm VR AF-S f/4-5.6G ED lens, using these settings: exposure time – 1/125 seconds, focal length – 90 mm, ISO – 800, F- number – 7.1

1 response to “Underwater Reflections”
  1. Myles Sandy Malone says:

    I have experienced in the ocean waters of Maui, closer to shore. I saw these geometric shapes , crystalline in nature, shimmering in the sands. The depth was just 2 – 3 ft on a clear Hawaiian day. As I ventured out further these shimmering forms reflected off my feet, ankles and I started to notice a similarity in shape to either chemistry class images of chemical bonding shapes. Something beautiful was a work in Mother nature. I moved into the waters deeper and dove under ~ all across the coral bed walls I was greeted by shimmering crystal structures. I gazed upwards underwater as rays of sunlight streamed through the blue waters. I swam right up to the coral and the sun-light structures imaged themselves onto my skin as I moved closer. I felt a solar infusion taking place deep within me, beyond the physical level.

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