Sony A7II | Sony FE 24-105mm f/4 | F/9 | ISO 200 | 1/25 second | 105mm
Reflections are always a great thing to photograph and I seem to be specifically drawn to woodland reflections. I love how each is unique in content and the shapes they form with the reflection.
In this particular case, it was Maples Creek Lake in Natchez Trace State Park that provided the interest. This scene was on the opposite side of the lake from the fishing pier and boat house, but was reachable thanks to the 105mm reach - something I could not have gotten with my previous glass. On top of the the simple beauty of the trees, the colors in and out of them were also quite pleasing. Most of these shots I process in black and white, but the color had impact here, so it stayed!