Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
Beautiful reflection- the water is so still!
We have a canoe that we haven't used for a long time, but after seeing your posts yesterday and today, I think it's time to hit the water again.
Stunning! Wish I were there.
A great reflection photo!
a beautiful peaceful scene, I would love to see it and spend time there.
Awesome reflections, well done! Have a nice weekend.
What a gem! We are blessed with so many gorgeous spaces.That said, the 400 series of highways are so busy.
Canoes should also need some rest.
What a beautiful location and a beautiful picture. It should be in a tourism brochure.
really pretty, eg wow! :)
How incredibly serene and tranquil this shot is! Makes me want to go outside!
Aaah! Ontario cottage country! You take me back.
Such a pretty reflection! The water is so still. :)
I can't wait to get back up to Muskoka! That's a gorgeous scene!
Hi there sorry I have been absent recently, computer problems! I am calling by this evening as another participant in Weekend Reflections, this one is stunning!
wow! that water is like glass.
What awesome reflections/capture for the day!! The water is the perfect mirror! Jack is right, this should be a brochure! Superb! Enjoy your weekend!Sylvia
Another of your beautiful reflections!
what lovely reflections, looks like a lovely place to go canoeing!
This reflection is absolutely perfect!
Beautiful photo! Beautiful reflection! Wish I was there.
These are marvelous reflections. Have a wonderful weekend.
Beautiful reflection. I miss canoeing. Looks like a great place to visit.
Oh I love this. Yes, I bet a few of those canoes are in the water this week.
If the canoes are in the water there won't be any reflection!
Oh wow, beautiful reflections, all so clear.Happy weekend!
So it's finally warmng up for you? Looks like a VERY calm spot for paddling a canoe... the lake is mirror flat.
What beautiful reflections. So beautiful!
Amazingly beautiful...it's mesmerizing. My Weekend Reflection is at:http://rnsane.blogspot.com/2012/05/weekend-reflections-138-sacramento.html#links
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