Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Pink Puddle/ Watery Wednesday

Weeping willows over temporary "pond"

Every spring water collects on this low-lying land, which makes the weeping willows very happy. Driving by I couldn't resist taking a photo of the sunset in the sky and reflection.

You can find more photos celebrating Watery Wednesday at http://waterywednesday.blogspot.com

44 comments:

barb said...

Stunning! I'd have to spend a little time their reflecting my thoughts.

Pagan Sphinx said...

The word has already been used: stunning. Your photos are always such a treat.

Small City Scenes said...

Perfect EG. What a wonderful reflection. MB

B Squared said...

A fantastic image.

Erin said...

you have captured a beauty...love the colors...

Rose said...

EG, this is really special!

Jarart said...

What an amazing sight!

Tricia said...

Very stunning & beautiful! That color is gorgeous!!!

VALKYRIEN said...

That is a gorgeous and dramatic shot! Wonderful colors!

cieldequimper said...

I think I'll stay in front of that photo all evening. :-)

m_m said...

Amazing colours of the sky and wonderful reflection! Impressive photo!

Bim said...

Just beautiful.

2sweetnsaxy said...

What amazing colors in that sky, then beautifully reflected in the water. Gorgeous!

Gill - That British Woman said...

that is such a pretty photo, it would be a great photo also for Skywatch Friday.

Gill

Ninnu said...

Lovely!

It really looks a lot like here in southern Finland at the moment :)

Mojo said...

Looks like that was a pretty mighty storm judging form the amount of deadwood it brought down and the size of that puddle! But it left a beautiful reflecting pool.

kayleen said...

Lovely reflection of a gorgeous sunset. Some of the best photos are the ones we aren't looking for!

Nebraska Birding

Shey said...

Awesome capture! Breathtaking colors!

Petit Eyekiss said...

I love it!
Very beautiful!

Abe Lincoln said...

The colors in the reflection are very nice. I like this photo a lot.

ewok1993 said...

I think this must be my favorite among all the photos I've seen here. It's amazing.

Tarolino said...

WOW! You've done it again. You are such a professional with your camera. These captures of yours are so smack full of atmosphere that one could choke on it.

Thanks on the flower info too. Windflowers now under consideration as a possibility.

Raven said...

I really love this photo - you have captured it so well. I also love the pinks blending in with the rest of the scenery

J Bar said...

Awesome shot. So beautiful.
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Becky and Gary said...

What beautiful colors reflecting in that puddle. Gorgeous EG !
b.

PERBS said...

I don't blame you for stopping AND thank you for the beautiful sunset view to shre with all of us.

judi said...

Love reflections and a pink one is really speciaal!!!

Ebie said...

You captured the photo at the perfect time of the day. Beautiful!

Martha (FL) said...
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Martha (FL) said...

Beautiful.

My Watery Wednesday is here.

Martha said...

Oh wow, the colors are remarkable.

Jacob said...

You are one hell of a photographer!

Natural Moments said...

This is truly a wow photo! The light dances with the imagination.

Aileni said...

Gorgeous.

Tulip said...

great photo. i love the sunset.

Kendris said...

Beautiful shot! The colors and reflections are simply gorgeous!

Jana said...

Beautiful shot!

mitt vattenhål said...

great reflections in the sunset!

Amanda Guthrie said...

What an amazing capture, you were there at the right time! wonderful WW stuff!

Arlene said...

It's a great moment captured. You are great to stop to take a shot of the moment.

Happy WW, EGW!

luna miranda said...

wow, spectacular! the colors are just beautiful!

Misty Dawn said...

My goodness - you've had some fantastic skies lately!

storyteller said...

What lovely colors you've captured in this beautiful spot!
Hugs and blessings,

Christy said...

Breathtakingly Beautiful!!!

Love the colouring

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