Bottomless lakes. Photo of specular reflections off water at Bottomless Lakes State Park, New Mexico, USA. This view shows two lakes — Mirror Lake North at bottom, and Mirror Lake South at top. Mirror Lake North has smaller wave slopes, and thus exhibits a small specular reflection extending around the specular point. However the waves on Mirror Lake South in the distance are high enough so as to show significant specular flux even many degrees away from the specular point. The situation depicted may resemble the situation seen by VIMS on T85, with a relatively clean specular reflection from smooth Kivu Lacus and wave-generated roughness on Punga Mare.