Every once in a while you can snap an average photo with an overcast sky and several dead trees scattered in the woods along a mucky river, yet everything works. In the Pocono Mountains recently, one such photo emerged. No matter how many times I reviewed all my shots from that jaunt, my eyes continued to be drawn to this one. In this case, the murky water became a mirror to reflect the oddly-leaning tree at the inside corner of the bend, while the leafless, dormant tree branches contrasted nicely with the surrounding fall foliage, all provided by the wide setting of a bend in the river that set them off just so. Go figure...
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Jack Huber has taken tens of thousands of photographs around the country and in his foreign travels.