Friday, November 12, 2010

Farm Pond/ Weekend Reflections

Pond on country road, Stouffville, Ontario

Evergreens and birches are beautiful year-round! And I love the rusty farm machinery in the foreground.

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37 comments:

see you there! said...

I love the rusty piece too. I also think I spy an A-frame house. I can remember when those were all the rage.

Darla

Kathy said...

So peaceful. I can almost hear the quiet.

Kerri said...

Oh my .... what a gorgeous setting! I think I would love to be there!!

Small City Scenes said...

Ponds are always so wonderful to come upon. And reflections are always a great bonus.
Excellent shot. MB

Cezar and Léia said...

This peaceful scenery invites us to rest and dream!Amazing place, and your picture is outstanding with lovely reflections on the water!
Hugs
and a nice weekend,
Léia

Jack said...

This is such a calm and peaceful rustic setting. You live in a very photogenic place, don't you!

Halcyon said...

All of it comes together in a very nice scene. Happy Friday!

wncmountainliving said...

Great shot - you always have some wonderful reflections!

Sue St Clair said...

Beautiful :) I love Ontario!

kaye said...

I love rusty farm equipment too. and I love how the house is tucked into the trees.

SouthernSass said...

I love this photo - very serene!

RuneE said...

A very nice photo, but the rusty equipment really made it!

mirage2g said...

that broken down farm tool (?) makes this photo! what a peaceful sight...

Sylvia K said...

What a wonderful capture for the day and it is indeed so very peaceful looking! And Rune is right, the rusty equipment is the perfect touch! Wonderful! Hope you have a great weekend!

Sylvia

Carver said...

That's a lovely reflection and such a peaceful scene.

'Tsuki said...

Brrrrr... Winter seems already here... Nice picture, but I find its colors a little bit sad, I don't know why...

jeannette said...

Ah a beautiful peaceful photo -me thinks that that piece of machinery "makes" the pic!

Greyscale Territory said...

Fascinating, subdued tones in a glorious scene!

Shirley said...

This looks like a great place to visit for a weekend. Great reflection.

Elisa said...

Such a wonderful landscape :)
Greetings from Argentina

Shammickite said...

It would be nice to wake up and see that view out of your bedroom window every morning.

Rebecca said...

So beautiful, I love how you included the old farm equipment in the corner.

Becky and Gary said...

Excellant EG. I can see myself sitting on that deck fishing. What a relaxing scene.
B.

Farmchick said...

This is one of my favorite photos that you have posted.

Randy said...

Looks like a great place. Like the A frame too.

Cildemer said...

Very beautiful scenery! Love the old rusty thing too;o)

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Have a nice weekend****

Evelyn said...

Nice shot. Yep, good rusty piece.

Birdman said...

Very peaceful image.

Sally in WA said...

Nice composition on this. Have a great weekend.

George said...

This is a marvelous picture of the farm pond and the reflections it contains. I like the old farm machinery.

NatureFootstep said...

Love this photo. I have worked with a machine like that as a kid. Nice to see that old stuff.

And, no, the flowers you saw are not in bloom now. It was shot in June. Now my world is grey. Only grey. That´s why I took to archives. :(

Luna Miranda said...

a serene scene. rustic and beautiful.

cieldequimper said...

This is going to be my new favourite.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Wonderful well composed photograph.

Dianne said...

your photos are like wonderful paintings
I love the old farm machinery too

pineriverreview said...

Wonderful reflection!

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

What a peaceful pastoral scene... I think that it would make a wonderful retreat for de-stressing! Well-captured reflection!

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