Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Dragonfly Pond/ Watery Wednesday

Dragonfly Pond, Warsaw, Ontario

Photo taken last Saturday during a hike on a beautiful autumn afternoon.

I am linking to Watery Wednesday where you can find many more watery photos.

42 comments:

Kathy said...

Dragonfly Pond sounds like a locale in a fairytale.

Denise said...

Almost feel like I could dangle my toes in that water. What a beautiful pond.

Zosia said...

Greetings from Warsaw, Poland :-).

Sandra said...

the comment that popped in my head when I saw this was "I thought Warsaw was in Europe" then I thought no that is tacky, then I read the comment that said greetings from Warsaw Poland and thought write it. a beautiful photo

Judy said...

I love the name of this pond. It looks like it was a beautiful day for a hike.

Jill said...

Absolutely lovely!

Judy said...

I love the rock formations, and the way the yellow leaves are reflected in the water!!

TexWisGirl said...

lots of yellow. pretty.

Torunn said...

Beautiful picture and a lovely scenery.

Small City Scenes said...

What a wonderful place for a hike. Very pretty. MB

Viola said...

So beautiful it is! =) And quiet, warm colors.. :)

Jack said...

Excellent place for a hike, EG.

Lowell said...

A sylvan scene. This must be where dragons fly, right?

(Sorry, sometimes I just can't help myself!)

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

beautiful reflections!!

what a calming and sere place!

have a great day
betty

RedPat said...

Hasn't the weather been lovely?

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Beautiful shot. I love that rich colour.

kaye said...

looks like a lovely place for a walk.

Craver Vii said...

That's a fantastic reflection. I got a kick out of how rich those colors showed up in the water.

Rambling Round said...

What a serene autumn scene!

Dawn said...

Your autumn is simply stunning!

Antonette said...

Oh how I would have loved to been there taking photos with you. Just beautiful.

~Antonette
Jottings From Jersey

J Bar said...

Beautiful.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Neal said...

Looks like that would be a nice place for a walk.

Birdman said...

Looks like a perfect hiking day.

Carole Meisenhelter said...

is it true to its name; did you get to see a dragonfly on your hike that day?

Buttons said...

Now that is what I call a perfect hike. Wish I was there it is beautiful. B

Indrani said...

Love the undisturbed reflection.
Great capture.

Kim, USA said...

Dragonfly pond there must be many dragonflies out there. Awesome photo!

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Genie said...

Your Dragonfly Pond reminds me of mine this week. The way the reflections appear in the water seem similar to me. Such a lovely capture. Little Eloise made one of the cloth wreaths for her first grade teacher this weekend while we were in Richmond for Bud to run in the half marathon. I have made two others. I will post pictures of them and am putting together a tutorial for those who would like to make them. They are easy, not time consuming, and not expensive. Will let you know when I post it. genie

George said...

That's a beautiful pond. I would certainly enjoy hiking there.

Luna Miranda said...

oh, gorgeous light! a beautiful photo.

Gillian Olson said...

Great shot, what a tranquil place.

Miss Kodee said...

Such great fall colour captured. Very peaceful reflection!

Emille said...

Such a restful scenery of this pond!

Francisca said...

A delicious spot to take a deep breath on a hike.

Tanya said...

slice of heaven!

Cecilia Artista said...

Beautiful scenery!

Karen said...

Ohhhhhh, most excellent! I could sit there for hours.

Cafe au lait said...

That is a cool name for a pond.

I played too. Mine is here.

Powell River Books said...

Looks like a perfect spot for a dragonfly to skip across the surface and land on a twig. - Margy

Kay L. Davies said...

A lovely name, and a beautiful photo of a lovely place.

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

Rose said...

I love the lighting in this shot and I like the shot itself!

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