Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Closed For The Season/ Watery Wednesday


Shut down and empty with only a reflection for company

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

29 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

This reflection is magnificent!
I'm enchanted by this lovely house!
Léia

B SQUARED said...

There is not a wisp of air movement.

George said...

The photo is lovely, but it looks empty and sad.

Day4plus said...

Awww---I want to stay a little longer.
Hey, another reflection shot you could flip. hehehehe!! MB

kaye said...

what a crystal clear reflection!

cieldequimper said...

EG, how come all your photos are always serene, even when's a train driving by at top speed? I love this, though a light inside would be cool.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Love the reflection, EG... I'll bet that lots of little places like that are all closed up for the winter...

Hugs,
Betsy

Becky and Gary said...

This would be my favorite time to stay here. When it's quiet and peaceful. What a splendid reflection!
B.

J Bar said...

Beautiful reflection.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

eileeninmd said...

Awesome watery reflection. Great photo, well done.

Jacob said...

I agree with Leia...the reflection is magnificent. But I always find it sad that these places shut down "for the season." They don't have any other choice, of course.

It's a lovely shot, EG!

Carletta said...

Nice mirror image!
Looks cold. :)

Jane said...
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Jane said...

Great shot EG, looks very peaceful. Sorry I had to delete my comment since the hyperlink to my post didn't work. I noticed that the linky wasn't open at 2sweets blog, I hope she is okay.

see you there! said...

Such a clear reflection. This photo is very interesting with its "double" effect.

Darla

Jenn Jilks said...

Kewl! :-)

Carolyn Ford said...

What a wonderful reflection...It's so quiet and maybe longing for the return of visitors...beautiful capture.

Annie said...

Upside down. Downside up. Terrific picture either way. Love the pretty blue of the house.

Icy BC said...

Beautiful photo, and the reflection is fantastic..

Rantis said...

This reflection is magnificent!
And the photo is lovely....

Marice said...

aww this looks like a painting! beautiful!

u may view mine too here

Mona Sweden said...

Summer is definitely over. Fabulous reflection.

Lorac said...

Great reflection. Definitely Fall!

Ralph said...

Nice reflection, the house looking so much a summer cottage even on late Autumn. If I owned this, I would be looking at this photo the entire winter, and dream of fishing next summer...

Dimple said...

Even without snow and ice, everything looks asleep. I hope that the owners put the chairs in before a big wind comes...or maybe wind is not an issue there!

luna miranda said...

love the stillness of the reflection, and the mood of this scene.

Patti said...

Stunning reflection you've captured. I agree with Carletta, it looks cold!

Heidi said...

What an excelent shot! I love the rich colors in the picture!

Rose said...

At least there was a chair left out to sit and rest a spell...or to just enjoy the quiet.

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