Reflection

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Alberta, The Rocky Mountains, Moraine Lake. (The location where the Canadian $20 bill’s picture was first taken)
Method: Camera upside down, pointed at the water. Yes, this is a reflection.
Original unedited photo, besides a vertical flip due to the camera being upside down.

source: nplusplus.deviantart.com/gallery/7470463#/d1qjs8p


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    I remember I had a dispute about this the first time it was posted.

    To me, it looks too much of an “upright angle” to be a reflection. It would amazingly help get the point across if there was another zoomed out picture, in which you could see the direction it was shot at.

    LRichardson
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    Just so the Americans around here aren’t confused (and anyone else who isn’t a Canuck, which I guess is everyone. No one actually lives in Canada. Except for Bob, in Camore):

    The $20 bill being referred to in the post has not been in circulation since 1993, and there have been two new designs since then. Personally I think that the $20 in question here was the nicest one though. I did always find it odd though that the $10 of the same series was a depiction of an industrial site…