I was inspired by a little book filled with M.C. Escher (1898-1972) woodcuts. He loved to play with perspective much to the delight of his viewers. This photo is unremarkable until turned upside-down. Then it becomes a visual pun as the trees appear to go up a hill. Study the photo for awhile and you'll see what I mean....the reflection is on the top. Hope you like it.
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