Friday, May 8, 2015

Stump in Marsh

Reflection in City of Kawartha Lakes marsh

Traveling along a very, very bumpy dirt road on Tuesday (which we will NEVER travel down again, by the way!), we passed this reflection. I had to stop to take a few photos!

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42 comments:

Cloudia said...

Just as you promised - but always something more than expected :)



ALOHA from Honolulu,
ComfortSpiral
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VP said...

A satisfying pause after a bumpy road!

Andy said...

This photo makes all those bumps worth while.

Revrunner said...

I see an elf. :-)

eileeninmd said...

It is a cool reflection, great capture!
Happy Friday, have a great weekend!

Buttons Thoughts said...

I think it was worth the bumpy ride. Pretty. Hug B

Viola said...

Oh this is marvelous, such lovely reflectins! And I like that root lying there, or standing almost!
you had to get something in back (this photo) after beating with the bumpy dirt road ;)

see you there! said...

Wonderful reflection. That must have been some road if you would never take it again.

Darla

Birdman said...

It seems the more difficult the trip the more exciting the shots though. See.

Jacquelineand.... said...

The stump appears almost.......almost.... almost dragonesque.
A water dragon perhaps?

Stephanie said...

It was well worth the long drive to capture this splendid shot!

Sandra said...

i have a collection of stumps and this is beautiful and one i would take to.. perfect reflections

Donna said...

A fabulous image of nature's mirror!

TexWisGirl said...

beautiful! worth the wrecked alignment on your vehicle? :)

Gill - That British Woman said...

great capture...

Sylvia K said...

Ah, sorry for the bumpy ride, but I do love your reflections for the day!! Hope your vehicle survived!!

Montanagirl said...

Oh, that's a great find!!

Mary Hone said...

That's a great reflection photo.

William Kendall said...

A beautiful reflection!

Gwen said...

Some of the coolest scenes in nature require bumpy roads. I think it's because there IS bumpy roads, it's less traveled, and less ruined by human hands. ;) Glad you persevered! :)

Debbie said...

what an amazing reflection!!!!!

Ginny said...

How lovely. And the water is a smooth as glass!! The reflection is perfect in every way.

RedPat said...

Like a mirror, EG! I didn't realize there was a City of Kawartha Lakes. I will have to google to see what areas it includes.

Ileana said...

Lovely reflection!

Mascha said...

A forestghost goes swimming...
Have a nice weekend

Michelle said...

Awesome reflections!

Amy Franks said...

I'm like you, I usually stop when I see something interesting :-)

cieldequimper said...

What a lovely sight after a rough drive!

Ruth Hiebert said...

That's a perfect reflection.I hope it made that rip worth it.

Laura said...

A beautiful, sculptural reflection!

Geoff Wilkinson said...

Lovely, just lovely...

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Are you sure? That was a pretty nice reward at the end of the bumpy road! Hope your car survived in one piece.

Rose said...

If only looking at the reflection, it would be hard to tell which is the reflection and which is the real thing!

Jackie Mc Guinness said...

Perfect!

Bethany Carson said...

It's always interesting what can be found off bumpy dirt roads! One of my sisters seems to have a love for all B maintenance roads--the ones that say "Not passable in winter or wet weather." So, we have an adventure once in a while! It can be fun to take the road less traveled. Nice to see the reflection.

The Furry Gnome said...

So glad you got to enjoy one of those really rural roads!

marshaleith said...

great reflection of the very interesting tree

Randy said...

Perfect reflection.

Halcyon said...

Good that you stopped, especially since you'll never be there again!

Christine Wenger said...

Amazing picture. I can't see, where the reflection begins - such a perfect shot!

Felicia said...

pretty.

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

This is really striking!

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