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Weekend Reflections

Posted by Lorac Saturday, 18 December 2010

Reflections from both sides of the river. Baren trees on the left and evergreens on the right.This was taken on a little foot bridge crossing the river. The wooden fence is cedar, used a lot for fencing as it lasts for years!

More reflections from all over the world to see at Weekend Reflections!

21 comments

  1. Sylvia K Says:
  2. Breathtaking capture, Lorac! Such gorgeous, snowy reflections! I love it! Hope you have a wonderful weekend! Stay warm!!

    Sylvia

     
  3. Reader Wil Says:
  4. Hi! Thanks for your visit, which made me decide to visit you! Your reflection is brilliant! It's a pity that we cannot all bloggers who participate in this meme. Still it is very interesting to see so many reflections all over the world.I wish you a very happy Christmas time and a very great 2011!

     
  5. Woody Says:
  6. Lots of cool contrasting elements, the 'dead' fence post against the evergreen, then snow against the rock. Very nicely composed!

     
  7. Dimple Says:
  8. I like the reflection of the sky in the middle of the river, as well. Wonderful shot!
    Thanks for the visit!

     
  9. JM Says:
  10. Lovely winter scene! Also like the previous shot very much.

     
  11. gospelwriter Says:
  12. Oh how lovely! A beautiful winter scene, beautiful reflections...

     
  13. what a lovely view, nice reflections in the water!

     
  14. namaki Says:
  15. Such a crisp reflection ! Bravo !

     
  16. Thom Says:
  17. This is picture perfect my friend. It looks like so peaceful and crisp and clean. Well done. Thanks for stopping by my playground. Much appreciated. Have a wonderful weekend :)

     
  18. Francisca Says:
  19. Lovely winter scene with river reflections... Cedar fences are among my favorite.

     
  20. That is a nice snowy reflection.

     
  21. lgsquirrel Says:
  22. I am enjoying this whole series of photos. I love water and photos of water.

     
  23. 'Tsuki Says:
  24. I love the framing on your picture, with those branches that hide the entire view... Very nice.

     
  25. Anne-Ma Says:
  26. Un beau paysage et un reflet superbe. Une belle photo.

     
  27. Lori Skoog Says:
  28. You have been taking some fabulous photos!

     
  29. karen Says:
  30. Lovely reflections, as ever. Good for the soul!!

     
  31. Martha Z Says:
  32. You sure do have a lot of "white" to share. I love that header but it does look cold.

     
  33. EG Wow Says:
  34. This is such a lovely shot. I like it a lot.

    Merry Christmas!

     
  35. Judy Says:
  36. I love that spruce? branch that blankets so much of the scenery!! That just makes the photo perfect, in my opinion. I certainly never would have thought to take the shot!!

     
  37. «Louis» thanks you for your recent visit to San Francisco Bay Daily Photo and he wishes you a blessed Christmas.

     
  38. Andy Says:
  39. Picture perfect!

     

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