Sunday, May 22, 2011

Duck Under the Bridge/ Scenic Sunday

Friday evening at the East Holland River


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18 comments:

Jacob said...

Very nice light and color and reflections. So where's the fog?

*Honest Abe said...

A+ for reflections.

Wow.

Leora said...

Wonderful colors and divisions of composition. Textures of the rocks, ripples of the water - nice contrasts.

Birdman said...

So tranquil... very nice.

Cezar and Léia said...

Love the reflection with the composition of the cute duck!The bridge is beautiful!
Léia

texwisgirl said...

very pretty!

Lyndsey said...

This is a beautiful photo, and perfect for Scenic Sunday. Would also be good for Weekend Reflections and Sunday Bridges, and Ccamera Critters! All in one! :D

Gary said...

Really bucolic scene!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

stardust said...

What a beautiful reflection! The ripples of water look metallic and the real duck merges into the color of reflections.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Oh wow, that is so lovely,I almost didn't see the duck.

don said...

This is a gorgeous shot with the nice subject and fantastic reflections. I like ow the reflection leads right into the picture. Very well done.

anjoe playhouse said...

It's beautiful ;-)

Lois Evensen said...

So pretty. The colors blend perfectly.

KT said...

Great photo...the reflection is great and the duck almost adds a little bit of comedy!

Viola said...

Very lovely! And such a romantic bridge again! :)

Genie said...

Gorgeous reflection and that one single duck is just to sweet. The water is beautiful. Such a lovely spot to go and sit.

Judy said...

I love the reflection of the bridge!!

Honey at 2805 said...

Hi! You image is wonderful. The light, color and the reflections are amazing.

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