Wallpaper Wednesday – Fat Reflections

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John a.k.a. “TrailMaker” shot this at Jones Park in Vestal, NY on a crisp 22*F day. He says:

The more you look at it, the more you see. The thing that really blows me away is something I didn’t even notice at first. The items reflected in the water that are in direct sunlight show as what they are, but objects that are not in direct sunlight – like my bike and the large tree to the left – block that sunlight reflection, and so if you look into those areas, you see all the dead leaves at the bottom of the pool. Unreal!

By the way that’s my first home built bike frame, the Humvee. Pretty conventional build. I’ll be sending you some pics of my current build, The Kroozer, when I get it done. It is going to be STUNNING.

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Greg Smith, known to many site visitors as Sven Hammer, founded Fat-bike.com in 2011 and the site quickly became the #1 online community for all things Fat. You can currently find Greg outfitting Everyday Cycles; a Milwaukee, WI retailer of gear for fatbikers, adventure cyclists and urban assault riders.