Friday, April 27, 2012

Forest/Weekend Reflections

York Regional Forest

Reflection in a forest  creek, bugs creating rings to add interest. That's why the bugs were making circles in the water, right?

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39 comments:

Buttons said...

Now this is one of my absolute favourite things. Awesome. B

Crafty Gardener said...

Nice reflections, and of course bugs make circles so we humans can photograph them :)

Betty Manousos said...

wow! these are terrific reflections! what a lovely photo, just makes me want to run my hand into that water!

Andy said...

The bugs really helped you to get an interesting shot. Keep on clicking Camera Girl.

Nancy said...

I always thought the bugs were doing that for our benefit, of course! :)

Kate said...

The reflections, ripples, and rings make a remarkable photo!

Sandra said...

those bugs new you were coming and did a great job of rippling the water

Viola said...

I love both the reflections and the colors here :)
Bugs doing a show off for you and the caamera? they make lovely rings.. :)

see you there! said...

There is something almost metallic looking about this - great colors.

Darla

TexWisGirl said...

FABULOUSness!

Betty Roan said...

Of course. Those bugs only exist to make your shot more interesing. ;) Very nice reflection!

Francisca said...

You and James had the same idea. Same, but so different! The ripples add a lovely texture to your forest, EG cameraGirl!

Martha Z said...

I like the texture in this reflection, unusual.

Kim, USA said...

It's magical!!
Kim,USA

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Beautiful! The bugs were there just so you could get this picture.

Pat Tillett said...

Judging by the nice reflection, it looks like a nice and serene place. Nice photo...

Jill said...

Fantastic!

Robert Nicolaescu said...

Wonderfulwaterworks! Best wishes!

Dianne said...

this is like a painting!!
I think the bugs were showing off for you

RedPat said...

I love to see this! So magical.

kaye said...

I like how the ripple effects the reflection.

Lowell said...

I think you were bugging the bugs but being confused as to your intentions they could not find their way out of the circle.

Pretty reflection with or without the bugs. :-)

Halcyon said...

I think the ripple adds to the reflections in this shot. Very cool!

Judy said...

Beautiful reflections!! Of course the bugs are just adding to the photo - what other reason would they have for being there?

Giga said...

Nie ma dokładnych odbić, ale są kręgi od kropli deszczu i wszystko jest ok. Pozdrawiam.
There are no accurate reflections, but there are circles of raindrops and the picture is great. Yours.

NixBlog said...

What a gorgeous photo! Brava!

George said...

This is a wonderful reflection, and I love the rings and ripples.

Stephanie said...

Tis a nice rippling reflections. Kinda reminds me of stained glass. Great shot!

SandyCarlson said...

Gorgeous reflections!

Splendid Little Stars said...

ah. so lovely! wonderful capture!

Sylvia K said...

Absolutely gorgeous!! I do love those watery reflections and this is one is awesome! Enjoy your weekend!

Sylvia

Susan said...

WOW, really, really pretty!

Stewart M said...

Hi there - your right - the bug rings do make this a much better picture. Splendid.

Stewart M - Australia

Coloring Outside the Lines said...

Cool reflections- and yes, the bugs were waiting for you to come along so they could show off for you! Those ripples made a great shot!

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

Really nice reflection and beautifully photographed.

Darryl and Ruth :)

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I love this. I'm seeing more and more pics with texture added, you got a natural texture with the rings.

CameraCruise said...

Beautiful, love it!

Randy said...

Beautiful reflection.

Janie said...

I doubt bugs cared about the effect, but the many little circles do make a fascinating reflection.

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