I really like your images, and this is no exception. But if I'm being honest, this particular ones isn't one of my favorites.
And here's the thing...I don't think there's anything particularly wrong with image. But one of the things I love about much of your work is your strength to take really mundane stuff and show it in a way that makes me feel like I've never seen it before. This looks good, but I feel like I've seen it before. It's very well done, but it feels a lot to me like so many of the reflections that I've seen posted all over the place everywhere. It's sort of a subjective nitpick that's hard to properly express. It's still good, but lots of your other work looks good and UNIQUE. This sort of just sort of looks good and cliched.
Again, nothing wrong with cliches. If this is a cliche, then it's a good cliche. And there's nothing wrong with that. I'm just saying that much of your other work has a certain UNIQUENESS that I think is missing here. It's still a good image, but it's just far less INTERESTING to me than much of your other work because I just feel like I've seen this image way too many times before.
There's also one other thing that's sort of bothering me. This reflection photograph sort of implies a conventional world juxtaposed with a mirror world. Things are reflected (or repeated), drawing attention to the fact that there are multiple ways to look at things. "Real" world is on top, "alternate" world is on bottom. I actually find this to be a fascinating representation of your vision (based on what I've seen of your work) due to how you often show really simple and mundane stuff and then make it look unique and different. This contrast and examination of different ways of seeing is appropriately divided by contrasting colors. One way of seeing is yellow, the other distorted way of seeing is represented by the opposite of yellow. So we have opposites/contrasts/dualities/whatever operating on both a conceptual level and in terms of the colors employed. With that in mind, I'm a little bit confused by that patch of blue up at the top. The reeds are low enough for me to see blue at the top of the image, when I've already associated blue with the "mirror world". So that clean divide between opposites is broken. That sort of makes the duality into a FALSE duality. There is no "blue" vs "yellow", the blue is all over the place and ever present even within the spaces that have been designated as yellow.
So my question is, is there a reason for that? Or was that just unintentional? Because it is bothering me a little bit. Everything in the image is screaming "this juxtaposed with its opposite", then you have that one little blue patch of water up top that creeps in and breaks up the opposite symmetry that is so present everywhere else. And that makes me a little bit uncomfortable. Is there a conceptual reason for that, or is that something that happened for other reasons?