One of the great bi-products of being a pareidolia project hunter is finding rare and fleeting moments of magic in the most common of things.
Click the video and you will see 12 seconds of incredible beauty. It's a puddle on a side street during an early morning rain.
There's no editing, no filters, no placement. It is simply a few seconds of a puddle that transcends it's lowly status of filthy water. Tree refections create a landscape worthy of Corot; the moving water feels like a slightly sped-up tide; the sprinkling of real rain on the surface takes on the signature crackle of old film.
For just 12 seconds, get real quiet and peer into this other world. It's incredible.