On a walk this morning I came across a scene with a pond upon which the light was just right for a reasonably good photograph, but what came immediately to mind was the image I saw when I looked at just the pond itself. The reflected image then became the predominate scene and it was one that appeared upside down.
The second photo is a duplicate of the first, only rotated 180°, but the mind wants to say that it is the correct view because the predominate scene appears right side up.
The third photo is the complete scene and of course the mind has no quarrel with it at all.
(Welcome to the combined fellowship of The Easily Amused and The Easily Confused.)