Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
Now, this shot looks familiar. This is what I see these days out my windows.
In Sweden, We dont see yet the gren grass...very nice shothave a special weekendhttp://graceolsson.com/blog/2011/04/humanity-photo-awards-2011/
Your way ahead of us up here. Boom & Gary of The Vermilon River, Canada.
Possibly more green grass to be seen after yesterday's torrential rain, but it actually SNOWED today! Yikes! Spring, where are you? Another lovely scene captured by Ms EG.
What a lot of wonderful layers and textures. This shot almost looks like it could be a painting. I hope that some greenery and color arrives soon in your parts.
The rolling hills convey a sense of peace. There's a Maya Lin installation on the UM campus called "wave field (http://www.engin.umich.edu/newscenter/feature/ncart/wavefield0/index.html) that this reminds me of.
With all that water, the landscape should be greening up soon. Such a pretty variety of textures and depth. Painterly!
It won't be long now...this will all soon be festooned with greens and blues and browns...Love the shot...excellent composition and a beautiful area!
Like a painting for framing! Great capture!
Another beauty! Soon we will see all the world green.
Great layers in your shot - and you are WAY ahead of us on the march to greeness!
Yes, I think you do! I like the cattails and their reflection in this, all beige and light blue with ripples!
I do see green grass, and we actually have some here too.B.
I really like this, EG!
Gorgeous photo. So many layers and textures to enjoy.
Yes, I'm sure I see a hint of green. The scene is beautiful.
It's a pretty scene even if you do have to look hard to see a sign of spring.
Beautiful shot, I live the rolling hills!
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