Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Sunday Evening/ Watery Wednesday

Sunday evening after the cottagers have returned to the city for another five days

The chairs are empty but the reflections are full!

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

 

39 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

I would love to be there in some those yellow chairs, take a good book ( now I'm reading French literature, it's good to training my french),and enjoy this adorable place!
So beautiful post, thanks a lot!
Léia

VioletSky said...

ah, thank goodness the boaters have gone. pour me another drink, I'm on my way!

Kathy said...

I want one of those yellow rocking chairs!@

Greyscale Territory said...

A very pretty scene! Love how the colours of the chairs seem to melt in long strips in the water!

B SQUARED said...

Looks similar to here. What strikes me is the silence. Such a contrast.

see you there! said...

You are so good at capturing reflections.

Darla

Farmchick said...

I would also like to be there sitting in one of those yellow chairs. Nice

RuneE said...

I wouldn't mind sitting there and be part of the reflection :-)

DoanLegacy said...

Gorgeous reflection in the water! It looks so inviting..

Small City Scenes said...

What a beautiful and serene picture. Made moreso by the empty chairs. It would be a noisy scene with people included. LOL
Reflection is great. Love the yellow too. MB

Small City Scenes said...

BTW: Thanks for the comment on the goats. Stanley is very pugnacious while Snowflake stands back and watches---unless of course you have some grain and then they both are VERY pushy. Lots of fun.MB

Lucka said...

Beautiful quiet shot and reflection. Have a great day.

Lorac said...

It does look very peaceful. My favorite time to be at the cottage is in the fall when few people are around.

Cher said...

happy WW! the reflections on the waters is great!

Louis la Vache said...

This would make a great contribution to James' "Weekend Reflections" meme.
;-D

aka Penelope said...

Lovely photos! Empty chairs are so inviting. I would love to sit there and enjoy watching the fluid reflections on the water.:)

ewok1993 said...

those adirondacks are eye catching. never seen one in yellow before this.

Leif Hagen said...

You're sneeeky - you post a "Watery Wednesday" posting on Tuesday so you can be the first "Watery Wednesday!" I've got you figured out! Ha!

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful scene with the empty chairs and reflections. A great capture!

Manang Kim said...

Oh wow a beautiful place to just stare the water, the sky, the trees around and to be just quite and be at peace. Love the reflection too the yellow chairs is awesome!
Watery Wednesday

ramy_v said...

Very serene image. Well captured.

Houston Daily Photo

J Bar said...

Terrific yellow chairs.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Beautiful reflections -- And I bet those empty chair days are your favorite time of the week! (Sometimes I feel guilty for being a tourist! -- not often enuff to stop traveling though ....

Elisa said...

Such nice reflections!
Heve a nice week
Elisa, Argentina

AL said...

Oh cool! I'd like to sit there and just relax.

Jan n Jer said...

Such an inviting scene...love the reflections

Rambling Round said...

This place would be tough to leave and have to go back to work.

George said...

This is a great photo with wonderful reflections. I think I could happily fill one of those chairs for five days.

Lesley said...

I like this - front row and back row seating!

Ebie said...

Very charming and serene! I think I would take Monday off and extend my stay.

Lovely reflections too!

Luna Miranda said...

an inviting scene. i'd love to sit in one of those chairs with my coffee and meditate at those reflections.

Linnea said...

Terrific shot! What a gorgeous place!

Annelie said...

What a lovely place to be!

M.Kate said...

Beautiful reflection :)

SRQ said...

I can feel the peace and solitude all the way over here. Lovely.

Kate said...

Looks like a great place for R&R.

Ann said...

I wonder if the owners know whatbeautiful flections those chairs make.

Now they need you and I to fill them.

Cindy said...

The trees, water and reflections of the colorful chairs make for a great photo!

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

I'll get my book. One of those chairs is mine.

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