This image keeps coming back to me, like a recurring dream.
This is the Pont du Gard, an ancient (1st century) triple-tiered Roman aqueduct in the south of France. It's a technical and artistic masterpiece, as well as a UNESCO World Heritage site, but here it's honestly just a blurred backdrop.
The shot I was trying to achieve was one of those over-under half underwater photos. I managed to get a few - they are very tricky, especially in a moving river - but none were particularly good.
It's this 'mistake' that was barely yet completely above water, that really takes me back to that place, that summer.
I think it's because it truly captures my actual view as I lay almost fully submerged in that cool river water amidst idyllic, dreamlike surroundings and people engaged in nothing but pure leisure.