so far yet so close

one of the most fascinating aspects i’ve discovered since starting the Lecanoscopy/For the Love of Water photo series is how virtually impossible it is to discern how far away the image was taken from the water’s surface.
some macro images appear to be aerial shots one might do from a helicopter and inversely, some far-away shots seem to be taken up close. yet another example of how this oh-so familiar element still has it’s own little secrets.

the image below is of the Garonne river taken from a bridge 25 or so metres above in Toulouse, France.
see what i mean ?

Garonne lecanoscopy:ftlow m.fauvet-TLC 8-2-16

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