Friday, July 13, 2012

Private Pond/Weekend Reflections

 Yellow iris

This photo was actually taken nearly a month ago but I just discovered them in a folder in my computer. OOPS!

Another view

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41 comments:

llandudnopictures said...

They are beautiful to see, either way up!

Cezar and Léia said...

Gorgeous yellow flowers and you got a perfect shot with beautiful reflections!
An adorable postcard plenty of lights!
Happy weekend,
Léia

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

I'm happy you found them. THese are too beautiful to keep hidden away.

Leora said...

Gorgeous - the yellows and greens make a subtle combination. Painterly and inviting.

Birdman said...

Shimmering yellows make it.

Jill said...

So glad you uncovered these. They are beautiful!

Kathy said...

That is quite a stand of iris. Beautiful shot.

see you there! said...

Beautiful flowers and reflections. What else is in that file you discovered?

Darla

Susan said...

Oh, oh, oh such beauty. Just wonderful!

Paul in Powell River said...

I regularly find images on my memory cards that the "real" memory has forgotten! Glad I'm not the only one. :)

TexWisGirl said...

lovely!!! worth the wait. :)

Renae said...

those are lovely, thanks for finding them and sharing them now.

Sylvia K said...

Gorgeous! And definitely worth the wait! Such wonderful watery reflections for the day!! Have a great weekend!!

RedPat said...

So wonderful EG!

Malyss said...

You've got treasures in your files!
I like this pic very much, very poetic , and telling so much about easy times of spring and summer..

Catherine said...

So many gorgeous greens in this shot...

Buttons said...

Great shot I bet the water is not as high now and the flowers are wilting. We need rain. but it is a great shot. I am glad you found it. B

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

The flowers and their reflections are wonderful! Glad you found them.

Viola said...

Very beautiful and I love the reflections in the water! :) Iris is a beautiful flower! :)

and I like your previous post, lovely scenery! and I hope you got your lemonade?! :)

George said...

I'm glad you found these photos. The reflections of the iris are beautiful.

Gillian Olson said...

Beautiful, love those lush greens.

Dianne said...

lovely pops of yellow in the first and then beautiful swirls of yellow in the second

Valerie said...

Very pretty captures EG - so glad they came to light! Happy weekend.

LONDONLULU said...

These are both beautiful - love the yellow pops of colour! (And good to know I'm not the only one who does this :)

eileeninmd said...

Lovely flowers and beautiful reflections. Have a great weekend!

rainfield61 said...

These are pots of gold being kept in your computer.

Lowell said...

We're just glad you found 'em! What a lovely private pond. I especially like the private part.

Carol said...

Those gorgeous yellow flowers make a wonderful reflection.

SandyCarlson said...

The light and color are intense! I love the reflections in the water.

Rohrerbot said...

Impressionism at its best:) Lovely reflections.

Randy said...

Lovely reflection.

Stephanie said...

Nice reflections!

Indrani said...

Superb shot!

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Lovely. Thank goodness we store all this stuff digitally now otherwise I'd have drawers full of negatives and rooms full of prints.

Rose said...

EG, that second shot is just simply fabulous! So pretty!

Rambling Woods said...

lovely EG..

Lindy MacDuff said...

So pretty! I'm glad you stumbled across them. ;-)

Ellie said...

Isn't it great when you find hidden treasures :))
It is a lovely picture - the yellow flowers look great reflected in the water.

Laura said...

lovely reflections!

Terri Buster said...

I like that second shot- those yellow reflections are gorgeous!

Austine Etcheverry said...

I love your photos, they are amazing and a great reflection.

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