by Jenni Chasteen
At what point in life do puddles become anything less than wonderful fun? My guess is probably around the time we start caring about boring things like staying dry or keeping our shoes clean. As an adult it’s easy to overlook something as ordinary as a puddle, but when we were kids they were magical windows into another world. (Or if you were less creative, they were at least good for getting your little sister soaked.) New York based photographer Ira Fox brings back the wonder of puddles with his series Reflections. They capture the city from a new perspective and make rainy days seem far more beautiful than busy, well-dressed adults would ever imagine.