Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Early Evening/ Watery Wednesday

A country home's front yard pond north of Uxbridge

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36 comments:

GAWO said...

What a lovely photo

Kerri said...

Gorgeous! I'm lovin' those reflections!

Leora said...

I'm trying to decide if that pot of flowers were not there, would it be as gorgeous a shot...whatever, the reflections are stunning. The cute frog on right makes me smile, too.

BJ Roan said...

This looks like a really nice place to relax. Nice shot!

see you there! said...

Great photo - what did you do to give it that look (don't know the word for it)

You confused me tho - it is Tuesday here, LOL!

Darla

Shammickite said...

Looks like an oil painting! I wish that was my back yard..... but maybe not, looks like a lot of work to keep it looking like that!

B SQUARED said...

A truly gorgeous photo. Would make an interesting jig saw puzzle.

Rajesh said...

Beautiful snap.

Tricia said...

Very pretty! I love the colors & the reflections! Great photo

PERBS said...

The reflection is superb!

judi said...

Jeeze! you are such a show off!!
This is fantastic, and like a painting, should be framed. Award winning stuff.

Jacob said...

Very pretty! Ok, how long have you lived here?

Have you been playing around with HDR, too?

Jarart said...

Oh my! That is nice landscaping! I agree with Judi on this one! It looks like it could be a painting.

cieldequimper said...

What is that creature? Really a frog? It looks like Alf to me. OK, OK, I'm a bit tired by a hard day's work! One day I'll learn photography to make it look as good as yours.

Cezar and Léia said...

Charming!I loved the reflection!
Léia

Craver Vii said...

How rich! It's a visual potpourri.

Bim said...

A lovely shoreline reflection - and I can't help admiring the neat-and-tidyness of that garden...

J Bar said...

Great pond.
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Texas Travelers said...

Great photo. It looks like a fine painting. Ethereal. I like it a lot.

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SandyCarlson said...

Such beautiful and peaceful water.

luna miranda said...

this looks like a photo out of a children's book. so picturesque...

Regina said...

Wow such a beauty!

Hilda said...

This is somebody's private pond? Wow. It's lovely and a perfect place to sit and relax!

Dagrun said...

Really special development of the photo, which suits it I think. Beautiful shot.

amanda said...

EG this is quite lovely the lighting is exceptional!

Small City Scenes said...

Whoaaaa!! that doesn't even look real. very pretty. I love the touch with the basket of plants. Excellent, EG. MB

storyteller at Small Reflections said...

MAGNIFICENT watery view with wonderful reflections. I'm wondering if you 'played' with the image a bit to achieve these amazing otherworldly effects ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

Annie said...

So pretty. I would love to swim in that reflection.

Martha in PA said...

So beautiful, should be framed and hung on a wall!


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ewok1993 said...

What a fine picture. I love whatever tool you applied.

George said...

I really like this picture! Wonderful reflections.

Tammie Lee said...

This is quite lovely, it looks so much like a painting.
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Marju said...

Wow, really beautiful image!

Rose said...

This is so serene and peaceful looking; I would like to be sitting there in a comfortable lawn chair with a book in hand.

J Bar said...

Beauty.
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Guy D said...

This one is fantastic, love the reflections.

Have a great day
Guy
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