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There are lens attachments...er...filters I believe that effect reflected light, sometimes it's nice to see through the water. Do you have one of those?
UWS is referring to polarizing filters. In this case, it's the reflections you like. The thing that's fascinating about photographing reflections in water is the fact that you are freezing the motion. When you see the reflections in constant motion, you can't see what it looks like in any particular instant. Frozen reflections are weird and other-worldly... and often beautiful.
Not quite as bright reflecting mirrorAnd that makes all the diff,Water gives gravid gravitasTo every little riff.
Guys can get an interesting treatment from a lads' high school text Water Waves by N.F.Barber, where you will find out what are still, even with photography, seeing but not noticing.The Monet I have hanging in my hall, and you can see it here.
The clutter in a Monet is as nothingTo the clutter in Chez Hardin.
Fantastic stuff!Photos like that go a long way to remind us there's always more there than what first meets the eye.And not to live too much on just the surface of life.
I think you captured a water sprite. Looks angry too. (Bottom center.)
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