I was working on some Inspection photos and thought I would post these as a good example of the effect of “reflection”.
You can see the eve on the wall as well as in the window.
The upper floor window is not hardly noticeable because the wall reflects almost as good as the glass.
We are seeing the perpendicular wall reflection information over that of the rear wall. There could be issues in this area that is hidden by reflection (just as the window is).
For those that haven’t been to IR Training yet, The sharp “angle of perspective” between the camera and the wall is causing the increased reflective effect. Regardless of the material of the wall, reflection will occur just as if it were a shiny object where we would “expect” to see a reflection.
My reason for taking the scan was an unvented bathroom vent discharging above the eve.