Friday, April 22, 2011

Lake Simcoe/ Weekend Reflections

Cottage reflection last night on a Lake Simcoe inlet

This photo was taken yesterday just before sunset when the sun was low in the sky.

I was most interested in the light and reflection of the porch railings, how the railings in the reflection became squiggly lines.

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38 comments:

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Beautiful reflections. That looks like a nice place.

fairchildstreet said...

very nice. Great reflection.

BJ Roan said...

Wonderful reflection. It's probably a good thing the lines are squiggly, otherwise it would be difficult to tell real from reflection.

see you there! said...

Yes, the lines are interesting. I want to turn the photo upside down and view the reflection that way. It would be like an arty focus of some sort.

Darla

Judy said...

This is a great capture. I always enjoy your reflection shots.

Leif Hagen said...

A beautiful reflection off the lake!
Happy Easter to you and yours!

texwisgirl said...

great job!

Small City Scenes said...

Perfect shot. And the lake looks ice free. I would like a cabin on a lake. MB

Mama Zen said...

Lovely reflection!

don said...

I like the squiggles in your shot...the reflection becomes a fine abstract of sorts. Very well done.

Dyche Designs said...

Fun, I love how water creates squiggles too.

Jack said...

Nicely done, EG.

Dianne said...

even before I read your text I was delighted by the squiggly fence posts
beautiful shot

Sylvia K said...

What a terrific capture! Love those squiggly lines! Hope you have a great weekend! Happy Easter!

Sylvia

snowwhite said...

EG Wow, rails are softly sunlit and telling us sunset is near. I love this time of the day very much. Light is exquisite. Photo looks like a gracefully beautiful picture. Have a great weekend.

Clytie said...

I like your description of "squiggly lines" - perfect for this wonderful reflection shot!

Kathy said...

Almost a mirror image!

Sandra said...

this is so perfect if the photo was flipped upside down, it would be almost the same. great shot. and that sunrise or sunset below with the tree is fantastic.

Lucka said...

Gorgeous reflection and shot. Have a great weekend!

LauraX said...

beautiful...well done!

RedPat said...

Looks like it was a very peaceful evening there last night! Great shot.

Kay L. Davies said...

Great shot! I like the squiggly railings, but I love the old dock, too.
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Lois Evensen said...

Very nice. Love that reflection. :)

Martha Z said...

Like a reflection in ripple glass.

Ms. Becky said...

your photos have a unique look about them that is all yours. and I really appreciate your sharing what interested you and how it all came about. that's truly beautiful. I hope you have an wonderful holiday weekend.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

This is a fantastic picture.

Mari said...

That's a beautiful reflection shot!

George said...

This is a lovely reflection. You did a good job of capturing the light and color of the porch railings in the water.

SquirrelQueen said...

Gorgeous reflection, I love the soft lighting.

LĂșcia said...

Even a reflection can be a nice view. :)
Have a good weekend!

Randy said...

Looks very peaceful!

JDaniel4's Mom said...

This is truly beautiful!

Genie said...

A phenomenally beautiful reflection this week. The colors in the water are just too cool. I like everything about this shot.

James said...

Looks like you captured the reflection at the perfect time.

stardust said...

The reflected rails are not so squiggled, which shows soft breeze there. The place and the photo, both are fantastic!

Francisca said...

The low sun gives such a warm glow to the brown porch and contrasts nicely with the grey dock... real and reflected. Happy Easter, EG!

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

Superb reflection. I really like Lake Simcoe!

Crafty Green Poet said...

lovely reflections!

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