Hi--I know you wanted a bigger puddle, but I kind of like the start-and-stop reflection of the trees. It gives it a very artistic look. I don't know if you are doing any Photoshop work on your pics, but if it were my image, I think I would photoshop out the curb (?) in the upper left--it pulls the eye away from the wonderful reflection. Please don't be offended by my comments--you said you are learning and would like comments. Also, regarding the wheelchair: using your elbows on the armrests to steady the camera acts almost as a tripod, holding the camera fairly still without shake. I don't know the chair, but some of them can have a writing board or something laid across the armrests, and a table top tripod could be placed there to further steady the camera. Your shots always look pretty sharp, so I don't know that you need this, but it is an option, especially with still life close-ups, which you seem to like, as I do. Just a thought. I worked with rehab clients who needed various modifications to handle their activities, and this just came to mind. You may have already tried about everything, so I don't mean to meddle. I really enjoy your work.