Sunday, August 25, 2013

Reflections in the Pond

We once had a pond on our own property, and I always enjoyed wandering the edges, looking for frogs, birds, bugs, and whatever.  And I watched it change over the seasons, the water level going up and down, the pond freezing and unfreezing.  We had a chance to walk around a large pond recently, and caught some reflections which I liked, so here they are; hope you enjoy them.





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17 comments:

  1. Oh yes, I did indeed enjoy them. I love reflections, and these are simply elegant and lovely. :-)

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  2. Hardly 'retiring' ~ very observant photographic eye and it would bet an 'enlightened' being ~ thanks, carol, xo ~ Beautiful photography!

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  3. Gorgeous shots... I really like that middle one with the reflections... First one too!!!!
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  4. These are really pretty reflections. I like the second one.

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  5. Very nice! There is something fascinating about a pond - hidden depths.
    Have a wonderful day!
    Lea
    Lea's Menagerie

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  6. Very nice reflections in those pics.

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  7. Thanks for these. Isn't it amazing how we are drawn to reflections in still water? Nothing lovelier!

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  8. Really beautiful photos... I like them all...Great job...

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  9. I'm so happy I still have a pond this year. The wetland has dried, but the frog pond, whilst full of poisoned Water parsnip, still has water.

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  10. Oh yes, ponds are so nice. All the farms I pass on my walks have them.
    We are trying to make one up on Happy Trails. : )

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    1. Good luck with your pond there; it will be worth the effort.

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  11. natures mirrors, these are just beautiful!!

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  12. Beautiful pictures! I can picture in my mind...walking around the edge of the pond, listening to frog jumping in to the water as I get too close! :)

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    1. You're right, I can just hear the frogs jumping away as I think about it.

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  13. Thanks to all of you for stopping by.

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