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Ira Fox Uses Rain Water as Mirrors to Capture Unaware Pedestrians

 - Jan 15, 2012
References: irafox & mymodernmet
The world has a number of natural elements to provide artists like New York-based photographer Ira Fox an amazing source of creation. In the absence of sunny skies, Fox discovered a beautiful kind of art drenched in rain water.

Using street puddles as mirrors, the artist traveled around the city capturing phenomenal images reflected on the pools of water. Entitled Reflections, this fun series is full of texture because of the way the water becomes a natural photographic filter. Dissolved shots, inverted landscapes and gritty surfaces are some of the great effects achieved in these photos.

Playful and unexpected, the mesmerizing photographs by Ira Fox remind audiences that rainy days can be as much fun as sunny days.