Friday, November 5, 2010

Boat House/ Weekend Reflections

Boathouse, Sutton on Lake Simcoe

This photo was taken about 10 days ago  when many of the trees had lost their leaves but weeping willows were still green.

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49 comments:

Pearl Maple said...

So pretty to see the view reflected like that, thanks for sharing and have a great weekend hunting new photo opps.

sonia a. mascaro said...

What a beautiful reflection's photo! Nice boathouse.

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see you there! said...

Nice reflections. Interesting to compare how some trees are bare and some still green.

Darla

Nessa said...

I would like to be sitting there right now. Beautiful.

Reader Wil said...

Very peaceful scenery! You have captured that wonderful mood!

anjoe playhouse said...

Great reflections - it's time to get boats up!
Have a great weekend ;-)

George said...

This is a beautiful picture of the watery reflections and of the willow trees.

Cezar and Léia said...

I imagine the owners are very rich, the boat house is adorable and your picture outstanding with so beautiful reflections!I like the choice of painting the boat house with light green, it's wonderful!
Léia

B SQUARED said...

I would have guessed early September rather than late October.

Elisa said...

Those reflections are wonderful (as usual in your blog)
Best regards
Elisa

Small City Scenes said...

Excellent shot. make one want to go boating on the beautiful lake. MB

Jack said...

This is so pretty! Thanks.

Halcyon said...

It's a cute little house. Must be nice if you can own your own boat and a house for it!

Carver said...

That's a gorgeous reflection. Very tranquil.

Sally in WA said...

Looks like a great place to sit, read, and enjoy nature's sounds.

Dina said...

The light and colors cooperated with you so nicely.
I hope someday to see a boathouse up close.

Sylvia K said...

Oh, I always love your watery reflections! This one is terrific as always! Hope you have a wonderful weekend! Enjoy!

Sylvia

lizziviggi said...

This looks like a lovely, peaceful place to sit and spend a couple hours reading a good book.

Sistertex said...

Even with naked trees, still beauiful!

kaye said...

very serene

Carolyn Ford said...

Oh, how I love weeping willow trees! This is such a lovely scene...love the boathouse!

RuneE said...

The boats in that boathouse must be large - at least long :-)

Oh, the colour green...

☺lani☺ said...

Lovely! very calm and quiet! Happy Weekend!

jeannette said...

Great view!
Don't willows always keep their leaves?

Gabriela Abalo said...

great reflection!!

have a great weekend

greetings from Uruguay

Francisca said...

Very calm scene... and that's a pretty boat house.

[Sorry to make you go look up Zhangjiajie, EG... when it's China, I put the province in the key words, but I made sure to identify the location better in today's reflection post. ;-) ]

maryt/theteach said...

Beautiful, EG! :)

Woody said...

I had not noticed that the willows had not changed. That's a pretty snazzy boathouse, complete excellent reflections!

Tricia said...

It's a really pretty scene & all, but what exactly goes in those doors? I'm at a loss...

joo said...

It's so pretty and so serene!
Great place for a quiet weekend:)

Farmchick said...

I like the color of the boat house....and the photo!!

Dianne said...

there are the most beautiful boat houses in your area!

Lesley said...

beauty boathouse!

Tricia said...

But it looks like there's concrete directly under there doors, therefore, the boat would have to jump over the concrete. I'm guessing that I'm seeing it wrong, though. Sorry! LoL!

Beverley Baird said...

A gorgeous shot! It is so tranquil!Love how the trees framing the boathouse and the reflection in the water!
Hope you have a great weekend!

Cildemer said...

Great reflection and beautiful boat house!

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Happy weekend****

Jacob said...

You know how much I like this photo -- it's such a fine memory-jerker!

Denise was released from the hospital today! Yeah! She's doing so much better than when we arrived last Monday evening. We're hoping she is truly on the road to recovery. We'll stick around for awhile 'cause Lois wants to make sure Denise can get along on her own before we head home.

Please forgive me for not blogging and commenting more...just not enough time!

Naturegirl said...

Nice quiet moment!I love willlow trees..left one behind in my past garden..now I am surrounded by Oaks!

Randy said...

What a peaceful looking photo!

Gattina said...

What a nice boathouse reflecting in the water !

Evelyn said...

Nice. Looks like a nice day too.

'Tsuki said...

You had such a beautiful light on that very day ! This place is just awesome. Thanks for the lovely sharing...

cieldequimper said...

How absolutely charming. It's a fairytale boat house!

Kim, USA said...

Wow that's very fancy boathouse, love it!
Weekend Reflection

wncmountainliving said...

Lovely shot - I miss these old boathouses - don't see many of them anymore.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

What a charming boathouse with its crisp painting and architectural design. This appears to be a very restful, relaxing place. Nice shot.

Ebie said...

A very subtle and cool color reflection.

Dani said...

such a peaceful photo. You did capture lovely watery reflection.

Angela said...

Oh, I love this!

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