Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Reflection/ Watery Wednesday

Autumn reflection in unknown pond up north

The leaves look a tad past peak but still colourful, don't you agree?

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

 

34 comments:

Denise said...

Gorgeous!!! Those reflections at this time of the year are magical.

jewwishes said...

How stunning and so very serene looking. I love those reflections...

ewok1993 said...

really is so beautiful this time of the year. this looks a lot like painting. happy tuesday.

SouthernSass said...

Beautiful colors and reflection!

Greyscale Territory said...

A beautiful meltdown of Autumn colours in reflection!

Viola said...

You too, have a fantastic photo of the lovely Autumn colors! :) Have a nice evening! :)

Rambling Round said...

Yes, autumn hasn't left the landscape yet!

Cecilia Artista said...

Gorgeous! Wonderful colors!

Bill said...

I've come to believe that there really is no peak to fall colors: in fact all of the season is perfect! Wonderful photograph.

Craver Vii said...

It looks very much like an oil painting.

Dharma Shots said...

Beautiful fall colors here Eg. Great photo.

Leora said...

Painterly beauty.

jeannette said...

Perfect with such warm colors!As always a great pic!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

The past peak part makes them look golden, which makes a wonderful rich-looking reflection. It's a beautiful picture.

Ebie said...

I wish to be more closer to nature's foliage! One of the best time of the year is to enjoy the colors.

Jacob said...

Nicely done, as usual. And yes, still very colorful!

Kim, USA said...

Yes still very colorful. Here in MI we can still some colors but most of the leaves are on the ground now. Time for raking.
The Lake

Genie said...

This is definitely an autumn shot...the trees and their gorgeous reflection in the water. I would love to be sitting there either at sunrise or sunset with a good book and a glass of wine. I agree with the others that it looks like a beautiful painting.

eileeninmd said...

It is still looking pretty , love the reflections.

Farmchick said...

Great reflection on the water.

Cheri said...

Lovely shot - still a lot of color. You mentioned that Toronto was in peak color and so are we so far south - with every 1000 feet of elevation it is like being 300 miles further north so at 4-6000 feet, we are more like 1200 miles further north than we actually are.

Carolina Mts

T. Becque said...

How peaceful!

Luna Miranda said...

lovely colors! what a serene scene.

Becky and Gary said...

Somehow the leaves still have that golden beauty even though they are past their prime. We're having the same here, and it won't be long now. The forecast for Thursday night is maybe s--w! :~(
B.

sharonlyn79-sharonlyn79 said...

wow I like the reflection in the water. Very beautiful. My entry is here http://sharonlyn79-sharonlyn79.blogspot.com/2010/10/camiguin-island-watery-wednesday.html

Mona Sweden http://fotoentusiastenfotoblogg.blogg.se said...

Lovely colors and beautiful reflections.
http://fotoentusiastenfotoblogg.blogg.se/category/watery-wednesday.html

Lesley said...

I do like the rich golden tones of autumn.

p27tfs said...

IS VERY GOOD..............................

amatterofhowyouseeit.com said...

They are still very colorful, and gorgeous reflections!

Small City Scenes said...

Again with the perfect reflection----super nice. Maybe it should be called 'On Golden Pond'. MB

BTW--yes I have posted Grandfather Lets Loose the Ponies before. One of my alltime favorites sites. I always stop and take a picture. MB

Tricia said...

Love the colors & the shiny reflections!!! So very beautiful!!!

NatureFootstep said...

looks like my place. But our leaves are mostly on the ground now. :)

Ann said...

Soon the leaves will drop, and the children will ahve a great time playing with leaves.

George said...

It's hard to believe that the colors are past their peak. The reflections -- and the entire picture -- are absolutely gorgeous.

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