Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
wow water in all!Great capture! Have a great Sunday dear friend!Léia
What a lovely spot with beautiful reflections. I could sit there for hours methinks.Hugs and blessings,
so serene and impressionistic. Love the cows in the previous post too!
I'm feeling kinda warped. We have a warped dock, too. But it's about 50' long. I feel at home, here.
Love this shot. I agree with Storyteller, I could sit there all day.
I like that warped dock. . . it has character! BUT this is one time when there are too many reflections in the water. . . JMHOI need some flowers identified. . . got them pictured on my blog if you have time.
I like this. I bet in it's hay day that dock saw many a fisherman.Plenty of high water here too.B.
Great scene. Lovely reflection, relaxing view.
very summery :)
Yes, EG, I'd say that IS high water. I don't think I'm ready to walk on that dock---or even sit on it... haGreat photo.Hugs,Betsy
What neat place to be in the summertime. I'd be out on that crookety dock reading a good book with my feet in the water. Maybe have a fishing pole in the water too. Yawn--warm sun. MB
Another great timeless shot. I wonder who played, fished, loved there!
Could be in a Louisiana Bayou. Love the reflections.
Looks like a lot of the creeks and ponds around here....just a wee bit high.
The warped dock brings alot of charactor to your shot.smiles Barbara
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