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Watery Wednesday

Posted by Lorac Wednesday, 7 October 2009

Watery Wednesday  It is only 7 Celsius ( 43 Fahrenheit) and it is raining with high winds blowing all the leaves around. A true Watery Wednesday! On the weekend at the cottage on Kawagama Lake, the weather was pretty much the same as today with brief periods of non-rain. I took this shot in one of those windows of time but you can see it soon began to pour. Use the link and check out other posts for W.W.

The lake reflects the colour of the sky, a stark contrast to the oranges,reds and golds of the autumn leaves.

24 comments

  1. Oh that is a gorgeous scene! Lovely leaf colors on the opposite side of the lake. The gray in the sky and the gray-blue water seem to enhance the colors even more.

    Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving your nice comment. :D

    Happy WW and try to stay warm!

     
  2. Tammie Lee Says:
  3. Oh my goodness, this is absolute beauty! Our colors here in NW Montana are still unfolding. So glad the sun peaked out for you. Your day sounds like ours, temp rain and all. Thanks for your visit.
    Spirithelpers

     
  4. Judy Says:
  5. I prefer this version of the photo to the two in the next post! I love the fall colours on the other side of the lake, and the almost gunmetal shade of the water, with that rain coming in!!

     
  6. Linnea W Says:
  7. Wow! Awesome fall colors. You captured this scene with such nice lighting too. Things aren't as colorful around my parts...not yet at least. Enjoy the beauty of fall!

     
  8. Jenn Jilks Says:
  9. That look just like MY view of the lake! The contrasts are great.

    I just spent an hour cleaning out the eaves, too. Rain, come on down!!!!

     
  10. Gunilla Says:
  11. Breathtaking picture. I love the colors of the trees fantastic what the nature can paint.
    Thank you so much for your kind comment on my blog. Sometimes I feel sad when professionell photograps tell me what I chould have done whith the pictures.I take pictures for fun.
    Have a great day

    Gunilla

     
  12. Lorac Says:
  13. Lindy MacDuff - Autumn is usually my favorite season. A little too wet this year!

    Tammie Lee - This is at my cottage about 3 hours north of my home. Here too the colours are just unfolding but "up north" they are at the peak.

    Judy - hank you! I loved the contrast too!

    Linnea - It was a quick catch believe me! there wasn't many breaks in the rain. Thanks for commenting!

    Jenn - Only just down the road in Dorset! The colour is gorgeous this year!

    Gunnila - Thanks for dropping in! Don't worry about professionals. Your blog and pics are great!I suppose they are trying to help.I too only take pictures as a hobby. I have a great time getting the pics though!

     
  14. Terry Says:
  15. How beautiful, I just love the autum colors.

     
  16. Della Says:
  17. Lovely colours of the trees. The change of colours has started here at my place in Sweden too.

     
  18. Lorac Says:
  19. Terry - Me too! It is a favorite season! Thank you for the comments.

    Della - It makes autumn worth while Thanks for dropping in!

     
  20. Carol Says:
  21. Lovely fall colors around the slate gray lake... gray is a good background for the sky and water... makes the colors brighter or truer. Very Nice!

     
  22. christina Says:
  23. Lovely picture and colours!! I love it!

     
  24. beautiful Canada. So much like Sweden :)

     
  25. Susan Ellis Says:
  26. Yup, definitely autumn! Happy Thanksgiving!

     
  27. Beautiful shot! Isn't autumn simply glorious?

     
  28. Lorac Says:
  29. Carol - Thanks so much!

    Christina -Thank you for coming by and the great comment!

    NatureFootstep - I have to admit i certainly love it! That is cool to know it is a lot like Sweden!

    Susan - Happy Thanksgiving to you as well. I am looking forward to going to the cottage.

    Bonnie - It certainly is!

     
  30. ~Cheryl Says:
  31. Very, very pretty! I really like the way the forground foms a frame!

     
  32. WOW! The colours have really begun to change now!

     
  33. Ebie Says:
  34. Wow! What a delight! Its like a window of beauty! The colors are really gorgeous and great composition of your photo!

     
  35. Carletta Says:
  36. Even with the dark sky I love this shot! Beautiful!! I love autumn and you've captured its essence.

     
  37. Holey smoke! It' beautiful colors
    in this photo!

     
  38. Lorac Says:
  39. Cheryl - Thanks for visiting. I am glad you like it!

    E.G - Yes we are well into it now!

    Ebie - Thanks so much for the great comment!

    Carletta - I love autumn too! I only had a small window of time to get photos so am glad this worked out too!

    Petit Eyekiss -The colour is beautiful right now at the cottage, at it's peak! Thanks for visiting!

     
  40. Pearl Maple Says:
  41. Wonderful photo to celebrate fall and all its colourful moods. Makes me homesick.

     
  42. Lorac Says:
  43. Pearl Maple - Thanks! Hope you find your friends!

     

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