Friday, August 5, 2011

Water Taxi/ Weekend Reflections

Water taxi at sundown, Virginia Beach, Ontario

The sun was shining on the boat and then being reflected onto the water.

FYI (added later): The Water Taxi is actually a taxi service between Virginia Beach and Georgina Island.

To enjoy reflections from around the world, visit James at Weekend Reflections HERE

37 comments:

Sandra said...

this is really a beautiful shot of the taxi, much prettier than the land taxi's.

John and Ellen said...

Excellent photo! While spending several days on Georgian Bay recently, we saw many of these newer Stanley boats. They are really neat to look at.

John
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1ondoncalling said...

Stunning reflections!

Tanya said...

wow that yellow looks awesome in the reflection! how fun to take a water taxi!

Kathy said...

Wonderful golden reflection. Where do you go on a water taxi? To visit friends on other boats?

Lois Evensen said...

Goodness, that is beautiful. So nice!

Kate said...

A golden moment, captured beautifully. I wonder if that is just a whimsical name for the boat?

Tina said...

Thats so beautiful! :) Have a nice weekend! LG Tina

TexWisGirl said...

just gorgeous!!!

'Tsuki said...

Water taxi, ha... That must be such a treat, to take this transportation instead of complaining and get stucked in traffic jam...

This picture has fabulous colors, to. You did catch the light as nobody else, on this one, well done !

Pat Tillett said...

Great photo of that last light.
It looks so serene!

Malyss said...

Beautyful blue and gold reflection! I'm with Tsuki, to take a water taxi is very unusual!

jennyfreckles said...

Looks like someone spilled a pot of gold in the water.

Indrani said...

This is good.

RedPat said...

Another of your great water shots!

jeannette said...

Splendid reflections! Makes me want to have a boat ride!

Carver said...

I love all those colors spilling into the water.

Birdman said...

Peaceful image. A harbor at rest.

James said...

Great looking golden reflections!

Gine said...

Un reflet d'or tout simple, très beau !

joo said...

Simply fabulous!
Have a great weekend:)

Kim, USA said...

Gorgeous color and would definitely would love to ride with that water taxi ^_^ Happy weekend!

Sylvia K said...

Glad I came back!! I couldn't leave a comment earlier???? Anyway, I love your golden, watery reflections for the day! I, too, would love to ride in the water taxi! Lovely shot for the day! Hope you have a great weekend, EG!

Sylvia

Dianne said...

The blue/gold colours in this pic are just gorgeous - makes me want to hop on that water taxi and go for a spin.
Enjoy your week-end.

"Adelaide and Beyond"

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

L'heure bleu, that lovely time of day... not quite dark and the fading rays of light give a blue cast. You captured the best of the light with color and reflection.

Bises,
Genie

Randy said...

Beautiful capture!

Jack said...

Amazing colors, EG. Great reflection today.

Andrea said...

I like that color for the water taxi, and i love that golden reflection.

Rose said...

Oh, I like this!

Francisca said...

That's almost a startlingly strong sun reflection off the water taxi... super capture, EG.

Zosia said...

Lovely blue and yellows again :-) - one of my favourite colour combinations. "Again" - after the parachute and the lady in the kayak.

☆☆Mumsy said...

I love the golden reflection in the water, and the boats are awesome to see.

Arija said...

Wonderful reflected light on the water.

Small City Scenes said...

Gold in the water. I really like rippling reflections. Good shot.
I have a reflection shot too.
great minds--etc etc. LOL MB

stardust said...

Beautiful, beautiful! Your blue color is always special. I love the blue, gold metallic look of water.

Linda Makiej said...

Beautiful reflections!! Lovely shot....

missing moments said...

Love the warm reflections on the water .... gorgeous!

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