This panel gained an ARPS Distinction in October 2014.
The images show how the appearance of objects reflected in water can vary according to how the reflective surface changes as it moves under the influence of such things as the wind and boats moving through the water.
As the surface moves from being a gentle modulation to a more pronounced, sharper wave pattern, so the distortions in the reflections change from subtle, where the original can still be recognised, to completely fragmented, where the original cannot be recognised at all.
The reflection being photographed is in a constant state of motion so each image represents a frozen moment in time which can never be repeated.
All the images were taken using a Nikon D5000 with Tamron 35/270 lens and were processed in Lightroom and Photoshop.