You see, reflections are one of my best friends when shooting at twilight. They can multiply the ebbing colors of a twilight sky and brighten-up my compositions at a time when most light and color have left the land. To be able to continue shooting long after the sun has set, reflections are great friends indeed. Enjoy.
(Pixel-peepers: Most people stop shooting after the sun drops below the horizon. The light may be soft but the angle of the light produces the best reflections over still water. You'll need a third friend of course, your trusty tripod, because it's usually too dark to handhold these type of shots. Now don't tell me three's a crowd!)
Where in the world is the Lake Sebu in South Cotabato?
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