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Watergraph was a term I invented that came from taking photographs of water reflections that have been turned upside-down. Depending on environmental factors like the wind, debris in the water, and the color of the sky, each inverted reflection created a painting in its own right framed by whatever was surrounding the water. This is part of my serendipitous quest for water reflections that range from little puddles to large bodies of water. You may want to turn the photo (or your head) upside-down to see how the images were originally discovered.  

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