Friday, July 5, 2013

AH! Summer!/Weekend Reflections

Awaiting the weekend

It was a quiet, cool, overcast day when I took this photo. But on a hot day I imagine the family that owns this private spot sits in the shade of the gazebo to enjoy lunch, a beverage and/or a good book.

Bonus reflection:
 Ducks on a log - mom and four teenaged kids

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37 comments:

Andy said...

It looks like the perfect place to sit and and enjoy the scenery.

Margaret Adamson said...

Hi I think this picture calls for pink champagne. Margaret

Elisa Nievas said...

What a wonderful summer!
Have a nice weekend
Greetings
Elisa

Buttons said...

Oh I can see me sitting there enjoying the good life:) Great shot of the ducks. B

Pamela Gordon said...

That is a lovely spot for a gazebo. I would enjoy that a lot. The family of ducks is really sweet. I hope you have a beautiful weekend. It's going to be a scorcher here.

Lowell said...

What I like most about these photos (and other photos of yours) is that they bring back so many good memories of growing up in Minnesota! Lots of similarities.

Bon weekend to you!

Sandra said...

i love the mom and her teens. i would love to sit on that dock and just inhale the air and feel the solitude.

Roan said...

Both are really nice reflections, but love the ducks!

Terri said...

Lovely reflections! If I built one of those on my pond, the turtles & geese would take it over.

Sue said...

:As so often happens with your photos, I'm wishing I could climb into the picture!

=)

Carver said...

These are wonderful shots and reflections.

Lisa Gordon said...

What a beautiful place to be, and those little ducks are so sweet!!

Small City Scenes said...

Ducks on a log---love it. Wouldn't it be fun to own that place. I want to go swimming. Great reflections. MB

TexWisGirl said...

the duck family made me GRIN!

Audrey said...

magnifique endroit tres paisible !

RedPat said...

Love them both but especially the duck family!

Karen said...

Great sitting spot! Love the ducks!

'Tsuki said...

What a perfect place to wait for the week-end... I can here the ducks of the second pic just by looking at the first pic... ;)

Sylvia K said...

Marvelous reflections EG, and I do love the duck family!! Perfect!! Enjoy your weekend!!

llandudnopictures said...

Perfect place to sit and reflect, no pun intended! Love the duck shot too!

Kathy said...

The duck family must be getting a little sun before going back in the water!

Malyss said...

Your pictures are very poetic today, even the ducks one: very pretty and lovely!

Jeanne said...

What a great place to sit in the evenings and reflect on the day!

Jesh St Germain said...

These reflections are out of this world! When I saw the first pic, my immediate thought was that winter is all forgotten!

Frank said...

Cool still waters .. looks very inviting.

LONDONLULU said...

I'd love to gaze in those waters, the teenagers are so well-behaved!:)

Jim said...

Terrific shots

Jill said...

AH! Perfection. Love those sweet little ducks!

Stephanie said...

Looks like a nice spot to hang out at, reminds me of summer pasts, and love the ducks shot!

Jack said...

I would love that gazebo! It probably has outstanding views.

George said...

You did a great job of capturing the mood of summer in your first photo, but the second is wonderful as well. I hope you have a great weekend.

Randy said...

I love that ducky reflection.

Min fotogen said...

Great shots !

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Great reflections! I would love to sit in that gazebo with a glass of wine. The duck photo is cute.

Catherine said...

Very lovely tranquil reflections

Misty DawnS said...

Fantastic reflections! Love the ducks!

Rose said...

You could call that last one, 'Getting your ducks all in a row...'

Love it, and the top one looks like such a pleasant place to be.

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