It's been awhile since I've been able to post many photos of reflections, since the water has been frozen here for 2-3 months. But at this time of year, especially when the water is high, I often notice striking reflections when I'm stopping to check out the fast-running streams.
These are all taken where Wodehouse Creek overflows its banks, passing under Sideroad 7; this is the north end of the flooded karst, when there is too much runoff to drain down the sinkholes. It was a sunny late afternoon, and the water was still. Hope you enjoy these.
Always look forward to your photos...
I love the reflections.ReplyDelete
The reflections and the blues are incredible.ReplyDelete
Always love seeing reflected images. Great Job.ReplyDelete
Be Safe and Enjoy!
It's about time.
Nice reflections! Looks like you had a sunny day too.ReplyDelete
Great reflections today!ReplyDelete
Nice reflections. Glad to see everything thawing out and warming up.ReplyDelete
Hello, gorgeous reflections. Looks like a lovely day for a walk. Happy Sunday, enjoy your new week ahead!ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos ! Thanks for sharing , have a good day !ReplyDelete
the water is SO blue and the reflections so clear. your images are gorgeous!!!! have a happy sunday!!!ReplyDelete
Superbe endroit !ReplyDelete
That water is so still, and the reflections are just fabulous. Now you've made me want to run out and do the same. But I don't have any bodies of water that still. :-)ReplyDelete
These are beautiful- the third one's my favourite.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous reflection and lighting of the trees in the water.ReplyDelete
The reflections are beautiful. I can't even pick a favorite!!ReplyDelete
How neat to have that still water and bright light to give off such super reflections. Wonderful images.ReplyDelete
Beautiful reflections ...ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
So nice to see water!! Our rivers are mostly thawed but the ponds and lakes are still frozen and today are snow-covered. Pretty photos.ReplyDelete
Great reflection work FG.ReplyDelete