Friday, October 22, 2010

Autumn Swamp/ Weekend Reflections

Reflections in slow-moving water

This photo was taken up north somewhere east of Huntsville, Ontario a couple of weeks ago. It was a calm, mostly overcast day, perfect for capturing reflections.

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40 comments:

Dave said...

i like the painting-like atmosphere, excellent work.

Cezar and Léia said...

a bunch of lovely reflections!
Very well captured!
Hugs and Congratulations!
Léia

Lyndsey said...

A very calm picture, it looks like it would be so quiet there too. Nice relections here!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Nice beginning of Fall foilage and reflection.

Kim, USA said...

Amazing reflection!
The cabin

Malyss said...

I like the way reality and reflection are mixing together!

Xavi said...

Fantastic reflection, Tina, as always!
Have a wonderful weekend!

Coffeeveggie addict. said...

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Paulie said...

Digital cameras sure help one to appreciate the beauty in things otherwise overlooked!

Sylvia K said...

I agree with Dave, it is a painting-like atmosphere and as always you've captured it beautifully! Wonderful, soothing, autumn reflections for the day! Have a beautiful weekend!

Sylvia

Kaori said...

What a pretty reflection! Love the calmness :-)

Francisca said...

A serene woodsy scene. The kind I really like to hike in.

RuneE said...

Slowly winding its way - no hurry. That makes for great reflections when the right photographer comes along. Which she did.

MARGARET GOSDEN 2 said...

Beautiful. Tranquil.

Reader Wil said...

Your photo is like a painting. The composition of it is brilliant. Thanks for sharing.

Laura said...

love the intricacies of the reflected branches and grasses...great composition!

Gine said...

J'aime bien cette image ! La composition en est très équilibrée.

Ebie said...

The reflections have so many geometric figures.

joo said...

Autumn is so beautiful! Great photo.
Have a nice weekend:)

'Tsuki said...

A place were I'd like to search mushrooms... Nice picture indeed !

Greyscale Territory said...

Very pretty lighting enhancing a glorious parade of colour and reflection!

Lorac said...

Love natures jumble!

Greenearth said...

What a beautiful image.

Thom said...

Beautiful reflections. It looks just stunning :) Have a great weekend :)

Becky and Gary said...

I think water is the best for reflections. So calm looking.
B.

Genie said...

What a gorgeous time of the year we are experiencing and you shot captured it beautifully. Reflections in water fascinate me. They look one way when you are taking the picture, and then they take on a whole new personality when you look at them on the scree. Nice work.

Jacob said...

Another of my favorite kind of photos...this is what you might find at Rainbow Springs (well, except for some of the flora!)...

Very well done. And love the muted colors!

I don't know if anyone can stop urban sprawl, but we surely need to try! Good luck to you!

Carver said...

That's a wonderful reflection.

Farmchick said...

Nice pic of the swamp. I like the colors.

Jan said...

Superb, it doesn't get better than this wonderful capture.

Randy said...

I agree with Dave, it does look like a painting.

Pam said...

You always capture the most beautiful and interesting reflections.
This one is special! I love it.

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Have a delightful weekend.

Beverley Baird said...

What a gorgeous shot! Love the reflection of the trees in the water! Lovely spot for sure!
Have a wonderful weekend!

jeannette said...

someone said, it looks like a painting -I agree, if I would be there, I would have a hard time passing up this scene!

Rinkly Rimes said...

Bare branches make such a wonderful tracery on the water.

cieldequimper said...

I wish I could paint.

lailani said...

Great reflections. I love swamps! :)

Crafty Green Poet said...

what lovely autumnal colours

NatureFootstep said...

nice reflection. I can imagine how it looks in the real world. :)

Woody said...

It's cool how a reflection seems to originate from that horizontal log in the middle!

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