Photographer's Note

This is a repost of a shot originally put up two months ago. Following Way's workshop suggestion, I've changed the orientation to portrait mode and moved the sun away from the center of the frame.

During autumn 2006, I lived for 10 weeks near the Jaegersborg Dyrehave in Lyngby, about 10 km north of Kobenhavn. The park provided an evolving visual feast as the days grew shorter and the temperatures cooled. One of my favorite sites was a small pond in the northwest corner of the park called Hjortekaer. This shot was taken shortly after dawn. In addition to the overall mood it creates, I especially like the effect of the small ripples in the reflection of the sun and also the reflection of the duck. (From a composition perspective, would have been nice if the duck was positioned a bit further to the right and also headed into the frame, but we can't have everything, right!)

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