Early spring in Winnipeg means lots of icy patches, puddles, and pot holes. You’re a fool if you don’t look down while walking. And even by the time the calendar changes to April Fools’ Day, it’s still a good idea for your own safety.
But there’s another, more happy, reason to look down—the reflections. Like the evergreen in the feature photo above. Or the high-rise, below, that seems to be sporting a beard made of branches.
This building appears to be dipping down for a drink.
This person might be diving in.
Blue sky, reflected in muddy puddles, certainly improves grey hydro poles, drab towers, and leafless trees.
There are all types of angles and lines to be found.
Be careful crossing the street and keep an eye out for driver’s who don’t try to avoid hitting the puddles.
But don’t be a fool and miss those great reflections.