I love when I come across a photographer who gives a perspective that the rest of us may overlook. Here we have the "Puddle Portraits" of Ira Fox. He uses ugly old (and sometimes annoying) puddles in the street and turns them into very beautiful and unusual portraits. At first glance you might not be sure what you're looking at. Is it a silhouette that's been run through several filters? I like how the images aren't so crisp and refined. They allow you to interpret them for yourself and they're just really cool.
Thanks to Fstoppers
for sharing the story. You can check out more the photos here
. If you'd like to check out Ira's entire portfolio you can do so here