Friday, August 29, 2014

Weekend Reflections

I borrowed this bucolic reflection from
my daughter Lila, who got in a boat and rowed
out on a pond to capture this shot of
her friends' home north of New York City.

[To see more Weekend Reflections, visit James's meme.]

14 comments:

  1. You found and beautifully photographed the perfect reflection. Well done!

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  2. Hello Alexa,

    What a captivating photograph. Your daughter has an eye for a great composition too!

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  3. I like how Lila kept the clouds and sky relegated to the reflection. I am curious about that central structure. With so few windows one could be forgiven thinking it had some kind of utilitarian function. That mowed “path” of low-cut green grass is intriguing also. It isn’t a road: no tire or foot ruts.

    I got really dizzy when I turned my head upside down to check out a “right-side up” view.

    Are those cattails waving at the edge of the pond? I can almost sense them waving back and forth, but the blood rushing to my brain when I was upside down caused a kind of visual anomaly.

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  4. This is so beautiful! With my luck the wind would start blowing the water just as I clicked the shutter.

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  5. Your daughter Lila is very gifted : the picture is terrific... It must be so pleasant to enjoy the view from her boat... nice and quiet, perfect for a sunday !

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  6. Nice. I like how she has kept the beautiful sky in the reflection only.

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  7. Congrats to your daughter on making the effort to get this shot - it was well worthwhile!

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  8. its a gorgeous image. she must have waited awhile for the water to smooth out.

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  9. Lila's giving mommy photo competition. Beautiful.

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  10. Love seeing the clouds in the water.

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  11. So beautiful! Such a wonderful scenery!

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