Ali Ibn Al-Hamzeh was an especially revered relative of the 7th Imam and was received in a grand tomb in Shiraz, Iran, when he died. The tomb has a beautiful dome, but it is hard to photograph well because of trees and power cables in the way. In frustration I impulsively snapped this reflection of the dome in a pool with a coral-colored water fountain.
I have to be careful to point out the correct orientation of this image when I have it framed. Twice, very competent framers have hung it upside-down.
Serendipitously, the coral fountain, turquoise pool and faded dome detail work together quite nicely. The dome image, fading into the past, is held in the present by the fountain's dominant image.