Sunday, September 15, 2013

Simple reflections....

Earlier this week while it was still really hot out, Olive the pug and I walked down to the pond early in the morning.  I like the pond in the morning.  Often it is very flat and  therefore gives good reflections.  We were rewarded that morning and got a few nice photos.  The one that I am posting here was one of my favorites of the day.  It is a section of Wells State Park across the pond that has a circular aspect to it.  Why the trees have grown like this, I'm not sure, but I like it a lot and I often stop to look at it.  It is a little world reflected upon itself like a nice phrase stuck between parentheses.


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19 comments:

amanda | wildly simple said...

Gorgeous! I'd stop to admire this, too.

TexWisGirl said...

a world in parenthesis is a perfect way to put it! this would make an AWESOME picture puzzle!!!

Nancy said...

That is too cool, Barb -- looks as though you used a fisheye lens.

Debbie said...

The perfect description of this beautiful place. You really have to look to find the start of the reflection!!

augcott said...

What a gorgeous shot!!!!
Just spectacular!

Brian King said...

This is stunning! Gorgeous reflection! If you hit it again in the fall...oh, my!

live and luv said...

Breathtaking view!

Pamela Gordon said...

That is an awesome reflection and I like the curved growth of the trees too. Beautiful!

Deanna said...

Oh I love your description "a nice phrase stuck between parentheses" and a truly stunning image!!

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The Furry Gnome said...

That is one beautiful picture!

Tina Fariss Barbour said...

Wow, this photo is amazing! And it fits so perfectly with your description of it as parentheses.

Our photos said...

Beautiful Photo!!
Greetings, RW & SK

kat from ky. said...

If turned vertically it looks like an ancient mask. Too wild.

kat from ky. said...

If turned vertically it looks like an ancient mask. Too wild.

Linley S said...

That is absolutely stunning. Fantastic photo

Sandra said...

this is amazing, i have never seen trees grow like this.. i would be snapping and staring..

Kerri Farley said...

Very pretty!

Rose said...

Wonderful reflections!