Friday, August 20, 2010

Water Like Glass/ Weekend Reflections

Fisher on Cook's Bay, Keswick, Ontario

I'm not sure if the fish were biting, but this hopeful fisher was waiting patiently fairly close to shore.

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40 comments:

see you there! said...

Stunning reflections. The water sure does look like glass.

Darla

helenmac said...

Incredible photo and place to be!

Small City Scenes said...

Awesome reflective shot. I hope the fisherperson caught a fish or two.

I have to say about your sky photo--Yes I am a sunset chaser too. MB

☺lani☺ said...

Great reflection! Happy Weekend!

Michelle said...

What a beautiful reflection shot.

Malyss said...

This tall tree on the shore is a real beauty!fishes biting or not, the man will spend a beautyful day in a peaceful mood among a marvellous landscape!

jewwishes said...

This is absolutely beautiful, filled with a serene mood and wonderful reflections. Stunning.

Sylvia K said...

Love this crystal clear reflection! What a terrific capture! I do hope he caught something, but it was a beautiful place to be even if he didn't! Enjoy your weekend!!

Sylvia

Cezar and Léia said...

Brilliant capture, those reflections are so perfect!A place to enjoy the weekend!
Hugs
Léia

cieldequimper said...

That's a magnificent tree, perfect for the reflection.

Kaori said...

Perfect reflection! :D

michael said...

Great day and place to be on the water.

Pam said...

Your photos are amazing! This one looks so serene and beautiful!

Evelyn said...

Wow, fantastic shot. He prob wont mind too much if the fish were not biting.

Limar said...

What a wonderful tree! And a beautiful reflection :)

Rebecca said...

Wow that water is like glass.

Greyscale Territory said...

A beautiful place to wander and fish! Wonderful, clear reflections!

George said...

The water does look like glass. You've captured perfect reflections.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

What a big old wonderful tree and reflection. If fish always bit, it wouldn't be called fishing, it would be called catching.

Carletta said...

I'd love to be sitting in one of those chairs!
Perfect title for the mirror reflection.

Nessa said...

Wonderful shot and the reflections are gorgeous.

Woody said...

Nothing like a nice summer day to bring out the reflections!

Dianne said...

amazing, beautiful scene!!

Carver said...

That's such a beautiful scene. I enjoy reflection shots so much. Not sure why I never get it together to participate in this theme because I take a lot of reflection shots and I enjoy the ones you and others post.

Julie said...

So absolutely still, EG. Wow!

You realise, of course, that no matter how gorgeous your reflection, it is the inclusion of the human that really MAKES this image. In my eye, at any rate.

T. Becque said...

You do live in the country don't you?! This one and the shot below it are so peaceful.

VioletSky said...

Love the angles of the dominant two tree trunks

Pat said...

Hard to tell which is up and which is down! Great reflections!

Carol said...

Great reflection of that gorgeous tree, but that little boat on the side sure does command some attention! Nice shot.

gogouci said...

Very nice composition. Hope you have a great weekend.

Ann said...

My uncle, an avid fisherman says fishing gives patience. Sometimes, he doesn't mind if there no fish.

Great photo.

BJ Roan said...

Looks like a lazy summer day. Very nice reflection shot.

Francisca said...

So zen. I doubt the fisherman cares if he catches fish or not... just being at one with nature, letting go of the outcome. I love the warmth of your photos, EG.

Thom said...

So peaceful and serene. Love it and great shot. Have a great weekend. :)

allhorsestuff said...

Yummy...really beautiful!
KK

Elisa said...

Simply... wonderful
Best regards from Argentina
Elisa, at Serendipity

Ebie said...

I see an imaginary demarcation line that makes the reflection a mirror image.

James said...

Very nice! I think my favorite part is the big tree and it's reflection.

Crafty Gardener said...

how peaceful it looks there, great reflection photo

anka said...

Great composition and the reflection looks stunning.

Have a great week!

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