Puddles always catch me eye because you can usually get some interesting reflections of the city if the light is coming from the right direction. And you have the option of zooming in for a cleaner composition, or in this case, zoom out to 28mm to show the edges of the puddle on the sidewalk. A higher f-stop helps insure that both images are in focus. One thing I’ve learned is that when zooming in on a reflection, autofocus may get fooled, so I always go into manual focus to make sure my reflected building is in focus. Sigma 28-70mm f2.8 DGDN on a Sony A9M2. ISO 400; f11 at 1/125 second. 28mm.
Sigma 28-70mm Contemporary lens