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This amazing inverted photo was taken of a pond in Brookhaven, Mississippi
By inverting this image upside down, you achieve an image of a European country side. The image was captured on a friend of mine land in Brookhaven, Mississippi the pond was still like a piece of glass. If you take a mirrow and hold it at the top of the photo you will not get a crick in your neck looking at it upside down. What appears as branches from a tree bending downwards is actually reed grass along the bank of the creek. When this particular photo was returned from the processor, I thought oh gosh what a beautiful photo the lab tech inserted it into my photo pack developed by mistake. I had set the photo down and left the room as I returned later in the day. I said to myself where did this photo come from. I was viewing the photo I had actually taken and was viewing it right side up. If you examine the photo very closely you can faintly see a few ripples in the water. One is located above the tree where the water mark appears Fine Art America. and there are a few others.
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