For this quiet. late fall look into a pool in a local river, I shot from my tripod with the legs unextended. That low point of view compressed the pool area increasing the sense of the water angling through the frame. It also let the tree reflections cover most of the view rather than lots of sky. (5D3, 24-105 @ 35, 0.3 s, f/16, iso 200, tripod)
Enjoyable diagonals, reflection, forms/shapes/textures, and of course POV
I like this image, Mark. Oddly it doesn’t “feel” like it was taken from a low POV. I suspect that’s partly due to the relatively wide angle lens that emphasizes the foreground. The tree reflections work very well here.