Friday, March 18, 2011

Creek in Early Spring/ Weekend Reflections

The ice is receding!

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37 comments:

Kathy said...

So much to contemplate in this photo: the beautiful reflection; the mist or fog in the background; a breaking sunset or a fading sunrise; just a wonderful hint of color, Very nice!

Leif Hagen said...

A beautiful, reflective photo for "weekend reflections!" I don't see ANY snow in your photo....

afanja said...

Great shot with that 'broken' reflection.
Overhere spring is coming too, but untill now it's still mostly grey and cold.
Enjoy your weekend!

Lois Evensen said...

Wonderful composition. Just love it!

EG Wow said...

Leif,
The only snow we have today is what used to be snowbanks. :)) Of course, we can always get more snow yet, but it will melt away fairly quickly!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I love the effect of the half reflection caused by water and ice.

Cezar and Léia said...

Very romantic post, the tree reflection is adorable!
Congrats!
Léia

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Amazing beauty.I could sit and look at that one for a long time.Thanks for the beauty.

texwisgirl said...

Great shot!

Small City Scenes said...

It is! It is!! Yippee!! Spring is just around a corner--somewhere.
Lovely shot and reflection. MB

DawnTreader said...

Good to see the ice melt away ;)

Malyss said...

I like the difference between places where there's ice and places where there's not!Winter is slowly saying good bye!

kaye said...

I love this shot--and I can see spring coming in this picture. I like the rusts and reds in the foliage along the banks.

RedPat said...

Beautiful! I love the red branches along the shore.

cieldequimper said...

Oh fantastic. You caught the receding ice just along the line of the branches. Fantastic colours too!

MyMaracas said...

Wow, that one belongs in a frame. Evocative and moody, and great composition.

Shammickite said...

lovely colour in that photo.

Paulie said...

Absolutely beautiful!

Dianne said...

the ice gets thinner as the tree gets thicker
don't you just love it :)

Sylvia K said...

What a fascinating reflection! Love the receding branches, the difference in color! Another terrific, creative capture! You have a great eye and you are SO good!! Hope you have a great weekend!

Sylvia

VioletSky said...

the ice just doesn't do as good a job of reflecting, does it?!

Dagrun said...

Og this is a good one. Beautiful.

Pat Tillett said...

Very nice! I'm betting it's a nice spot when all is green!

Viola said...

Such a very wonderful photo! I love that tree! :) and the lovely reflections! :)

Rose said...

I bet you are about as happy to see that ice recede as I was!

forgetmenot said...

Very pretty reflection. Still looks "cold" there. I guess the keyword is "receding" not "gone". Soon, very soon we can use the word "gone".

Jan said...

Great photo composition and reflection; just wonderful.

Regina said...

Wow gorgeous scene and reflections!
Enjoy your weekend.

Wren said...

Yeah! Sprng is getting closer!

Gill - That British Woman said...

that is a photo to sit back and admire, just lovely,

Gill

Francisca said...

The last beautiful gasp of winter.

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

Like the hairline of someone I know. Love the reflections. Hope the ice is all gone soon and you can enjoy the warmth and light of spring.

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TheChieftess said...

Love the change in textures in the reflections from water to ice..very nicely captured!!!

Becky and Gary said...

An awesome reflection EG. Our creek is very high now with all the snow melt, and not so pretty either.
B.

Stephanie said...

very nice reflection and love the hint of red by the tree.

'Tsuki said...

Your picture gives me a sensation of cold, of winter, I don't know why... This quite an atmosphere, indeed...

Judy said...

Great photo! Our creeks and streams are pretty swollen around here with the snow and ice melting...Finally :)

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