Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Local Pond/Watery Wednesday

Reflections, red osier dogwood stems and brown cattails

I am linking to Watery Wednesday where you can find many more watery photos.

37 comments:

Kathy said...

I like this one a lot!

see you there! said...

I'd love to have a big jar of those red stems and cattails to display.

Beyond My Garden said...

Our dogwoods, Cornus florida, are swollen and will soon burst into bloom. I have looked for the red osier dogwood around here but to no avail as of yet.
this is a nice picture to use as a reference.Better than some of the guide books.
nellie

Judy said...

Nice...and it looks like you can see a bit of ice still on the pond.

Small City Scenes said...

Hey, where's the snow! LOL
Looks like things are waking up for soon to be Sping up your way. MB

Merisi said...

Beautifully mirrored sky!

texwisgirl said...

Lovely unexpected red color!

Lúcia said...

Beautiful shot!
Like how you framed it. ;-)

Lúcia said...

Beautiful shot!
Like how you framed it. ;-)

Paulie said...

The red osier stands out in your photo but there are so many other things that capture the eye. . . pure beauty! (Even if there isn't any more snow there.)

Lorac said...

This is really pretty and so reflective of Southern Ontario ponds. I love to see them. Have you signed the petition against the CRTC attempt to charge internet by usage fees? Everyone will pay more to go n their blogs and post. Go over to my blog, the petition is there.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

This picture brings with it a sense of calm and peace.Thanks.

Regina said...

Its gorgeous!
Have a great day.

Laura Delegal - Leroy Photography said...

Lovely. It'll be green before you know it. Love the reflection,

kaye said...

spring is coming :)

Cezar and Léia said...

This picture is adorable with so nice reflections!
Léia

Marie said...

A lovely pond with gorgeous reflections.

Jack said...

Very calm and peaceful, but I am getting tired of brown pictures. I'm ready for green. Aren't you?

Joyful said...

Very nice. I love the colours of green and red and how they blend with the natural tans of nature.

EG Wow said...

Hey, Jack! I'd post green if I could but Mother Nature isn't cooperating...yet. ;))

ρομπερτ said...

what a joy it must have been for the sense of sight and sound. thank you for sharing. please have a good wednesday.



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Farmchick said...

Love that dash of red in the photo.

RedPat said...

Love that dogwood! We are ready for spring.

lotusleaf said...

So lovely and so different from our village pond!

George said...

I really like this picture. It looks like there is a skim of ice on the water, but I like the reflections. The red is a nice touch.

Carletta said...

The dogwoods provide a nice pop of color letting us know the skim of ice will soon be gone.
Lovely shot!

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Martha Z said...

I think you've got a bit of ice in addition to the other stuff mentioned.

Luna Miranda said...

i like the "wildness" of this scene. beautiful colors of nature.

jeannette said...

At least you have now colors in your scenes instead of white:) blue is beautiful!

Greyscale Territory said...

Beauty of the earth and mirrored beauty of the sky! Perfect!

Kerri said...

Pretty!!

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

One of your best, I think. Fantastic colors and reflections. Frame it and hang it!

Cecilia Artista said...

Gorgeous!
I love the blue color of the water!

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

The colors?!! Outstanding!
The scope of it all?!! Perfect!

You sharing this beauty?....priceless!!


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Rebecca said...

Love those dogwood stems. I planted some here just for some winter color.

Ann said...

They advertise cranberry here, and showed them harvesting cranberry in the water. I was curious and looked it up.
Your red plant, Not cranberry?

My garden haven said...

A delightful scene. The blue is gorgeous!
Rosie

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