Friday, January 13, 2012

Omemee/ Weekend Reflections

Stump reflected in the river south of Omemee, Ontario

Taken a few weeks ago, this photo shows a thin layer of ice on the river. I'm sure the ice there is quite thick now.

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

41 comments:

Halcyon said...

It's nice how a stump can be a thing of beauty.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Beautiful, the thin layer of ice is like a mirror.

Jill said...

Fantastic reflections of a wonderful piece of wood!

La Principessa Errante said...

Gorgeous. Simply gorgeous.

Sandra said...

my favorite photos are the shots like this where the sun is changing ordinary into extraordinary. so beautiful...

Stephanie said...

Ditto to everyone's comments.

TexWisGirl said...

simply perfect. :)

Malyss said...

Very nostalgic and poetic shot!

Tina´s PicStory said...

really wonderful! :)

Sylvia K said...

I agree with Halcyon, how can a stump be beautiful??? But this one is and what a terrific reflection for the day! Hope you have a great weekend with lots of sunshine!!

Sylvia

RedPat said...

Fabulous EG!

Neal said...

Simple but beautiful.

Carola said...

So natural and so peaceful, wonderful reflection shot.

Valerie said...

Nice one EG. Love the simplicity of the scene. We also have those "bullrushes"? (spikey reeds in the foreground) here in South Australia. Wishing you a great weekend.

NixBlog said...

Absolutely beautiful! Love this shot.

Gillian Olson said...

Nice shot, love that reflection.

Janie said...

The reflections are great!

Elisa said...

So nice!
Have a great weekend
Elisa, in Argentina and summer holidays

Lowell said...

A perfect reflection. Hard to imagine a thin coat of ice...but I'll take your word for it. BTW, please keep your weather in Ontario...we're getting hit with what I can only conclude is Canadian air tonight and tomorrow! Dontcha know I gotta play golf? Sheesh!

Susan said...

This is awesome! Love the reflection!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

This is a spectacular shot.

Viola said...

Lovely reflections! :)

Have a great weekend! :)

George said...

This is a great picture of the stump and its reflection.

I hope you have a wonderful weekend.

Michelle a.k.a. Farmchick said...

I enjoy the beauty you find in nature.

Genie said...

The reflections of the driftwood on the water are awesome This is such a pretty picture. The colors and the textures you captured are superb. genie

Rambling Woods said...

I love the driftwood and yes, it did get cold and snowy all of a sudden...

amatterofhowyouseeit.com said...

Fantastic reflections, EG!

Randy said...

Perfection!

Paulie said...

Absolutely beautiful! Before digital cameras, many of us wouldn't think of taking such photos but so glad you did now!

I have a new blog and hope to blog regularly when I get used to using my new ISP on my computer. Hope you will drop by.

Dianne said...

beautiful
I love all that old weathered woodiness :)

Small City Scenes said...

It looks like a shipwreck. Very nice.

Guess what I saw yesterday!!! Pussywillows! YES!! We have had such a mild winter so far I am afraid we will have snow in April. Everything is turned upside down. MB

Madge @ The View From Right Here said...

I love the wintery cool blue contrasted by the cattails...Why don't you come enter it in my 'Weekly Top Shot' meme? We're on Week #13 and I'd love to see you share with me and my readers! Here's this weeks' link: http://www.theviewfromrighthere.com/blog/?p=5870

Riet said...

wow, beautiful reflections here.

Emille said...

I like that you show the weeds in front too! Great capture:)

P said...

Nice composition.

Ebie said...

The drift wood (?) created a beautiful reflection. The muted colors are so pretty!

Inger-M said...

That' a beautiful photo, great composition!

awarewriter said...

Lovely light and a good composition. Wonder what your photo would look like in B&W?

Rose said...

Oh, this just calls my name!

Limar said...

Hi! Everything ok? :) What a beautiful picture!

Zosia said...

Love the light and colours on this one.

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