Saturday, June 20, 2009

Small Pond/ SOOC

High water, warped dock

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Cezar and Léia said...

wow water in all!
Great capture!
Have a great Sunday dear friend!

storyteller's other blog said...

What a lovely spot with beautiful reflections. I could sit there for hours methinks.
Hugs and blessings,

Tammie Lee said...

so serene and impressionistic. Love the cows in the previous post too!

Jenn Jilks said...

I'm feeling kinda warped. We have a warped dock, too. But it's about 50' long.

I feel at home, here.

Jan said...

Love this shot. I agree with Storyteller, I could sit there all day.

PERBS said...

I like that warped dock. . . it has character! BUT this is one time when there are too many reflections in the water. . . JMHO

I need some flowers identified. . . got them pictured on my blog if you have time.

Becky said...

I like this. I bet in it's hay day that dock saw many a fisherman.
Plenty of high water here too.

Leora said...

Great scene. Lovely reflection, relaxing view.

kayerj said...

very summery :)

Betsy Banks Adams said...

Yes, EG, I'd say that IS high water. I don't think I'm ready to walk on that dock---or even sit on it... ha

Great photo.

Small City Scenes said...

What neat place to be in the summertime. I'd be out on that crookety dock reading a good book with my feet in the water. Maybe have a fishing pole in the water too. Yawn--warm sun. MB

cieldequimper said...

Another great timeless shot. I wonder who played, fished, loved there!

Roan said...

Could be in a Louisiana Bayou. Love the reflections.

Rose said...

Looks like a lot of the creeks and ponds around here....just a wee bit high.

Barbara said...

The warped dock brings alot of charactor to your shot.
smiles Barbara

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