Photographer's Note

I decided to post this as a companion piece to my previous upside-down reflection shot. I posted a similar image a few weeks ago, although the other one was posted the "right" way up. In fact, this one was inspired by a workshop done by Daniel "Pastadog" Yoffe on my previous reflection shot of this pub.
I like this one because the details of the cobbled street and road markings are more recognisable, and make a greater contrast with the altered reality of the reflection.
The building shown here is the King's Arms, a riverside pub in York that gets flooded out a couple of times a year. The floodwaters were particularly high on this occasion; I've put another shot in the workshop so you can get a better idea of the surroundings and put this image into some kind of context.
For those who don't know, here in the UK double yellow lines mean "no waiting at any time", to quote the Highway Code.

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