Friday, September 2, 2011

Pond Art/ Weekend Reflections

Reflection in private pond, Zephyr, Ontario

A faux bird appears to be about to take off...or is it about to dive?

Closeup of the pond art
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Zosia said...

An "Ironic Crane" - fun idea!

kaye said...

so cheery :)

Nature Rambles said...

Absolutely love it! The reflection is beautiful!

Sandra said...

a beautiful place to live, love the reflections

Andy said...

Cool looking reflection. I say the faux bird is ready to take off, eh.

Kate said...

Pond art is delightfully whimsical. The house looks as though it would be a wonderful secluded retreat.

Chrissy Brand said...

Beautiful photos

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TexWisGirl said...

cute!

Birdman said...

Till I looked closer, I thought it would be ice skating in a few months.

Jack said...

I like statues from found elements like this. Have a great weekend!

Lorna said...

Another photo I would love to have in my screensaver file. You have such a good eye.

RedPat said...

Another wonderful reflection!

cieldequimper said...

This is fun! And the vibrant colours are beautiful!

Kathy said...

Now that's a new one. This thing would probably scare ducks off who want to climb on the floating deck.

Gillian Olson said...

What a fun photo. Looks as if someone was able to use up all their waste metal in one go.

Judy said...

I think he is getting set to dive in! I am so impressed by people who bring joy to the lives of others, with art like this!

Buttons said...

I think dive it has been very humid here the last few days he is probably as hot as I feel. Great shots. B

Martha Z said...

I would love to have my own pond. Those are lucky people.

George said...

These are great reflections, and I like the bird. He's cute whether he's coming or going.

Angela said...

I like it in a strange kind of way! It's very creative that's for sure!

Randy said...

Wonderful bird and I like the reflection.

Francisca said...

How nice just to HAVE a pond to put art on. Whimsical fun, this iron crane pond art.

Rose said...

The pond art makes me smile! I love the other shot...with pond and house.

Indrani said...

That is interesting.

forgetmenot said...

Love the "pond art"--very cute and creative. Nice reflections. Have a lovely weekend. Mickie :)

Dianne said...

pond art! how cool is that
love the entire scene
what a pretty place

Small City Scenes said...

Nice reflective shot and the 'pond birdp is indeed interesting.
My daughter has a similar bird that here Father-in-law made that is in her front area on the ranch. Too funny. MB

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