Friday, September 10, 2010

Red Door/ Weekend Reflections

Boathouse on Canal Lake

This was taken on a sunny summer day. I was hoping to see a local osprey dive for fish, but no luck! Canal  Lake is on the Trent-Severn Waterway.

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33 comments:

Rose said...

That red door sure stands out, doesn't it? I love the picture as a whole...the water looks like a mirror.

jo©o said...

Such a good format for this image.
You are busy memeing: I can't keep up :-)
I'm still knocked sideways by yesterdays silken clouds.

see you there! said...

Wow, it is like someone put that red door there just for the photo.

Darla

judi said...

even the clouds are reflected! cool

cieldequimper said...

I knew from the title that this one would be great!

Boonie S said...

Wow! You take some great photos.

All the best, Boonie

Gine said...

Bien vu ! J'aime ce cadrage ...

Manang Kim said...

Wow I love that red door it just popped out. Happy weekend!
Waterdrop Reflection

Francisca said...

That's a punchy little door and it makes a super reflection, EG.

Carolyn Ford said...

I, also love the red door. What an extra burst of color! What a lovely image.

'Tsuki said...

That is really a lovely water reflection... Thanks for this inspired sharing.

Limar said...

That's a beautiful picture :)

Jo said...

What a vivid reflection. Very clever photo. Thanks for visiting my blog today and commenting. I agree we should rather try to understand Muslims and stop being fearful. We have lived in Muslim Africa for the past ten years and have never had cause to be afraid of anything or anyone. The Eid celebrations have passed off so peacefully, it has been a pleasure living amongst these wonderful and friendly people. In view of tomorrow's historic date, I posted about forgiving those who have hurt us. This is the only way and we all need to do this. Have a wonderful day. Greetings from Jo, North Africa.

wayne-2zars-com said...

I like how the door reflection blends to the white of the window reflection.

Cat said...

The red door does jump out, but so does that yellow tree!! I think one compliments the other then the blue sky brings them both back to earth while the grass makes us remember exactly where we are! Good eye! Cat (The Door Hunter)

Gattina said...

That looks so cute this little bath house !

joo said...

I love the red door reflected water - lovely shot!
have a great weekend:)

RuneE said...

You obviously know the importance of a spot of red i a photo - well done!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Very interesting how the spot of read amps the drama in the photo a bunch. Good eye!

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

That red door really makes a great contrast for a lovely picture. What is the building do you know?
Do have a nice weekend.☺

Carletta said...

The red door just adds a little punch to an already great scene!
I could live there for awhile. :)

Round The Bend

Becky and Gary said...

Absolutely perfect! That red door , just the right color.
B.

lotusleaf said...

Superb shot. You can even see a tinge of red reflected in the water too.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I can believe that the osprey loves it there though! What a magical spot. The red door is perfect touch.

kaye said...

I'd love to visit your neck of the woods.

Greyscale Territory said...

The red door seems to continue right on into the water! So far away and yet such a clear reflection! Beautiful photo!

Ann said...

wonderful reflection, the red door is so striking. The building locks the boat so no body steals them?

In the Rejang river where I grew up, there were no boat houses. people just tied their boats to the jetty,

Nessa said...

Great picture and I am imaging all kinds of mysteries behind that door.

Nessa said...

Great picture and I am imaging all kinds of mysteries behind that door.

Serendipity said...

I like the red - it really pops!

George said...

This is a great picture. I love both the red door and the reflections.

Ebie said...

What a peaceful and serene capture! Love the reflection!

James said...

I like it a lot. The red door really stands out.

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