More from Our Hike
Have you ever tried to get a grandchild...or a child, for that matter...to get in a certain spot for a picture. Well, this is the perfect example.
As Eloise was walking towards the swinging bridge, I noticed the trees’ reflections in the puddle.
Before I could stop her, she was headed around the curve to the bridge steps.
I called out to her to come back so I could take her picture with her refection in the puddle. I tired begging her to move a bit so her face would be in the shot, but she had one thing on her mind...
climb those steps and get on that bouncing bridge.
So, her reflection is complete, but her face is missing.
I decided to flip the shot and see what it looked like, and this is the result. It may not be reality, but you can see how she was posing for me. From the look on her face, I do not think she was very happy with her Baga.
I have not done this before, but after reading John’s (Sinbad and I) and Francisca’s comments I decided to go back into the file and crop the picture more. This is the result. Thanks for your help. This is definitely a learning process for me. I really do appreciate all of your suggestions.
This post is linked with Weekend Reflections.