This is a 'How did I do this?' teaser. A couple of notes first: - The picture I include is simulated (Googled for a generic shot). Sorry, best I could do without the original. Ignore the fact that a] it's not me, and b] that the pic is indoors. - Even though this is a simulation, I actually did do this. This isn't just a thought experiment or a trick. So: While wandering in my own backyard with my camera, I saw a reflection of myself and took a picture. Note the orientation of the image. Note that the camera is tilted in relation to its own reflection. - I used a normal camera - it would have looked the same using a film or a digital camera, it would look the same on screen or as a photoprint - I did not alter the image a la PhotoShop (except cosmetically) - i.e. there are no "tricks" here - I did not alter the environment, do any setup of any sort. It was indeed, a spontaneous shot. - it is not unique. With a bit of searching, I could have done this at somneone else's house. Q: How could I get a picture like this? Two-part answer: The big one is: how is it possible? The little one is: how did it happen in my backyard?