by Francis Andrews in New Photography on Monday 3 November 2008

Photography, like any art form, can be used for reflection. So when you get reflection within reflection, then it gets really, erm, reflective. Robin Soulier has plied his trade in the puddles of the world, capturing striking images of the distortion created from an image settling on the surface of water. The pictures do throw the viewer somewhat — it’s difficult to work out where the puddle ends and the landscape begins, even more so when you see a leaf or cigarette butt seemingly hovering in mid-air.