Friday, April 20, 2012

Marsh/Weekend Reflections

 Reflection of old machinery in the Holland Marsh, Bradford, Ontario

Reflection of another relic in the marsh

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37 comments:

Keira said...

Call me wind because I am blown away by your post!

Andy said...

Two great reflection shots. It gives an old relic like my hope that my reflection can be just as good.

Cezar and Léia said...

Very interesting reflections!I also love the contrast of colors in the last picture!
Happy Friday
Léia

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

What is it, how did it get there. I know that you don't know, that is what runs through my mind.

Gill - That British Woman said...

Haven't been down that way in a while. The water looks really blue in the photos.........

Gill

Honest Abe said...

Looks like the tow truck got stuck a long time ago. And then the waters rose and the tow truck was buried forever in 6 feet of water.

Lois Evensen said...

Interesting. You've made it look pretty neat, but whoever owned it either was sad it was under water or didn't get it underwater enough to hide it!

Sandra said...

it continues to amaze me how rusty old equipment can become beautiful art.

TexWisGirl said...

very cool.

see you there! said...

That copper and blue color combo is so interesting.

Darla

cieldequimper said...

So what else is lurking there? :-)

Craver Vii said...

My first thought was that it looked like the machine was rising out of the water. My second thought was, "I hope CameraGirl isn't diving in that water."

Mumsy¸.¤ª“˜¨ said...

The reflections of these pieces are interesting and fantastic!

Have a great weekend..

Jill said...

Riveting reflections!

Halcyon said...

Perhaps we can reflect on what it used to be used for? Interesting shot. Happy weekend!

Gine said...

Quand le reflet change la forme ... on dirait des échassiers !

Erika said...

Now how do you make junk look pretty?

RedPat said...

Nice wiggley reflections!

Sylvia K said...

I was thinking the same thing as Erika! How did you make junk look so lovely???? That's talent, EG!! Have a beautiful weekend!

Sylvia

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

How lovely -- and unexpectedly so. You have an excellent eye!

Denise said...

Great images, always love reflection shots.

Randy said...

Great find and the reflections are great.

Karen said...

Great reflections. I too wonder how they got there.

Stephanie said...

Wonderful reflections on both photos. I love that it is rusty as well

Mar said...

Beautiful shots! love rusty items...

Crafty Green Poet said...

lovely colours and reflections in these photos

Gemma Wiseman said...

The ripples give wonderful touches of textures to the beautiful reflections!

VP said...

Some quite interestic and scenic junk. Isn't it dangerous for the passing boat?

Linda said...

Great shots...I agree...in the boat, we look carefully for this kind of stuff!

George said...

It's a shame that the old machinery was left in the marsh, but it sure does cause some nice reflections.

Susan said...

Wow, great photos! Love them!

Dianne said...

they look like wonderful sculptures

Lowell said...

That's the trouble when you bury stuff and people in a marsh ... they keep showing up! Sheesh!

Inger-M said...

Great shots! I love the color of rust against the blue water.

edenhills said...

Seems kind of strange to see those things just in the middle of the water.

Ebie said...

Great captures of the rust. I see some forms in the reflections. The first, like a wide open mouth of a shark ready to bite, LOL!

NixBlog said...

Lovely shots. Almost abstract but very beautiful.

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