Canal reflection

© Stacy Wasmuth

Canal reflection

Uploaded: June 21, 2005


I just love the Indianapolis canal walk. This is just one of the beautiful historical buildings there. Taken in the morning at f/9, 1/200 at ISO 200.


Craig R. Nelson June 21, 2005

The colors in this reflecto shot are amazing, but I wish the non-reflected portion of the picture had sharper focus. #266890

Susana Ms Heide June 21, 2005

This is a beautiful image of this building! Love the crisp colors!! #1501923

Stacy Wasmuth June 22, 2005

Thank you for your comments Craig and Susana! I appreciate your thoughts on the sharpness, Craig - I agree. :) #1506490

Alisha L. Ekstrom June 22, 2005

Fabulous & wonderful image Stacy. So vibrant of colors!!! Great capture!!:) #1506620

Anita Taylor June 27, 2005

Beautiful, rich colors. An amazing capture! #1528480

Mary E. Heinz June 27, 2005

Great...just like your gallery...wonder
if the enhance button would help for
the focus...I've noticed it does mine
sometimes. #1528883

Katherine K July 13, 2005

WOW--the colors in this are simply breathtaking. WOW WOW WOW And I actually like the way the reflection on the water looks--wouldn't change it a bit. #1590371

Susana Ms Heide July 23, 2005

Amazing clarity of color!!! CONGRATS! #1626324

Mary E. Heinz July 23, 2005

Congratulations! #1628019

Shari Travison August 19, 2005

Awesome reflection and colors! Congrats. :) #1736701

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