Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
Looks more like an October scene than May.
B Squared. I agree, but the date was May 8...before the leaves were on the trees here. ;-)
Save me a seat. I'll bring the picnic.Darla
what a wonderful spot for a gazebo
I'm intrigued by the quick change of brown to blue of the lake's water. Do you know what that is about?
What a beautiful scene! You said SIT so that means there were benches in there. . . me thinks you could have saved that one for Rune's Friday theme. . . Ü I love gazebos and yours is especially beautiful.
Save me a seat also! I'll bring the wine! That is so gorgeous! That is one of the best shots I have seen from you! I simply adore this scenery, and that gorgeous place to sit! Don't know the word for the lovely "house"....sorry! :) :)
Only rarely are lakes so large in Europe that you can't see the other shore. The colours are so pretty.
Beautiful --and so serene, EG. Thanks for sharing!!!! I'd love to sit there for awhile!!!Hugs,Betsy
Oh this is my DREAM RELAXATION SPOT.Take me there... PLEASE!!!
That was a perfect place for relaxing, indeed.
Oh, I would love to sit down and relax in such a beautiful place
Great scene wonderful composition and I like how the water's color changes.
It looks like a nice spot for a picnic - nice photo!
Very serene shot - I love it!
I must agree that the photograph has a sense of fall instead of spring. It's a good place to read a book or just be quiet.
I'll need a nice book as I sit and relax in that gazebo.. hmm.. a Canadian author.... I'll read Saul Bellow! :)
Great shot! What a great spot and I love the change of colors in the water.
Lovely gazebo, very inviting and I could be lazy here for hours.
Very interesting shot. The gazebo looks a bit forlorn against the vast expanse of that water...Love it!
Great gazebo by teh water. I'm featuring a couple of those in my post today too.Sydney - City and Suburbs
Excellent photo, I love the different colors in the water.CheersGuyRegina In Pictures
Romantic place - I can see a movie made here!
Well, if Darla is bringing the picnic, and Valkryien the wine, what is left for me to bring? I know, a thermos of tea and some cakes!
Now here is a place I could sit and read!B.
The gazebo is pretty, the view is amazing, and your photo is perfect!
Looks a little cool, I'll bring the blankets! :)A beautiful scene very well captured.My post is here: Carletta’s Captures.
Another fabulous photo as always!Okay I now want a gazebo for my backyard :)
That's really beautiful: lovely colors, interesting composition, and great lighting in spite of the gray skies. It's a winner!
Looks like a nice place to spend some time and relax.
aah how lovely
oh, what a perfect spot to relax! beautiful shot.
I fear it was windy and little cool that day. The kind of scene that needs a wind-blown figure deep in thought.
Beautiful shot!My Watery Wednesday
We were in your neck of the woods on the w/e. I would have loved to have visited. We met our adult children on Scugog Ave. and had lunch in town. We were passing off the baby, whose parents had attended a wedding. It is a delightful area, albeit tons of traffic on a Sunday p.m.Great shot.
Everything is bigger over there, especially the Lakes! Have you ever been to the Lake District in this part of the world?
Eamon,Sadly, I've never been to the Lake District. Sounds like a place I'd love to visit though!
A very lovely gazebo and such a big lake!
Very beautiful place and shot.
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