Stacey Herrera took this picture on June 23 of clouds in a blue Tehachapi sky mirrored within the calm waters of Lake Brite.
In fact, the perfect reflections in puddles, ponds, lakes, and even oceans may be seen (and photographed) when the water is totally nonetheless. Even small waves could cause distortion and blurring of the picture on the floor of the water.
So if you wish to seize a pointy, fantastically outlined reflection just like the one Stacey photographed, you have to do it when the wind remains to be and the water has a mirror-like floor.
On this picture, the water in Brite Lake seems even bluer than the sky as a result of the water absorbs all or many of the crimson wavelengths of sunshine and displays the blue again to the viewer. Shallow water seems a lighter blue than deeper water, as a result of much less water means much less absorption of photons, so some crimson wavelength mild can also be mirrored.
Water displays greatest when there may be good floor readability and the water is pretty clear. Turbidity, sedimentation, and algae cut back the reflective qualities of a physique of water. On the June morning this picture was taken, situations had been ultimate: calm, clear water and a scattering of cumulus clouds throughout the sky, softening the glare of brilliant daylight like a polarizing filter, as if all Brite Valley was sporting an enormous pair of sun shades.
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