Is it strange to showcase a fall color photo when spring is just around the corner? Meh, maybe, but not necessarily. This is a good time of year to catch up on undone photo processing, so that makes this a previously unpublished photo. As I said in a post recently sometimes you come across a photo that you hadn’t really noticed before but it sticks out at you this time. This is another one of those photos. I liked it, but wasn’t really sure what to do with it, and tonight I had the inspiration.
This is from a road trip that Missy and Wesley and I did about a year and a half ago. It was a fantastic day. I have photos of Missy and Wesley taken just after this one that always make me smile when I see them.
The upside-down reflection… without the actual building… is what grabs me here. It draws you in and makes you think just a bit, but at the same time there are enough elements right-side-up that you know it’s not upside-down. (Boy, that was long-winded.)
Anyway, Backbone State Park is Iowa’s oldest state park and is only about an hour away. We need to go more often. There are also trails and so on to be explored and shot, as well. It’s almost spring. It’s almost spring. It’s almost spring.