Experimental methods here, guys! When combining multiple photo elements together, I try to make sure that the light source is the same on everything. The watery reflection at the bottom is basic photo shop, Just click "mirage" (for a reflection) & then "swirl" to make it wavy (like water). Does anyone else use these kinds of methods? I know they just came out with software that makes it more simple, but it's pretty expensive. I learned to do it the hard way (matting & compositing).
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Cool reflections, especially the waterfall; you're way past what I can do with Photoshop.
The colors on the boat's hull need to be muted and darkened a bit because wood is less reflective. The over all light quality throughout the picture is pretty good; nice work!