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Forest pond on Watery Wednesday


I took this shot last weekend of a pond in the Koffler Scientific Reserve in York Region. I loved the reflection of the trees in the water. For more wonderful watery photos visit here.Posted by Picasa

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Marydon Ford said…
What a snappy shot ... love it!

Have a lovely Memorial holiday.
TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon
Elaine said…
What a grreat picture..I took a smiliar one in Florida one winter.
Lori E said…
I am just waiting for the gator to jump up and grab you. It is a pretty spot though.
I wonderful time was had that day. Great shot of the pond. Happy WW.
fini said…
what a lovely reflection! the mood is so serene and calming :)
Hootin' Anni said…
Wow...so green, so lush. Absolutely beautiful.

Come see the King and Queen of Watery Wednesday!! If you find time. You'll probably laugh.
Snap said…
Love this shot with all the reflections ... so calming and peaceful.
Tricia said…
Oh that's gorgeous, so very lush & beautiful!!! Great eye!
2sweetnsaxy said…
Great shot. I love the reflections too. Funny how when we think of lakes and the sea we think of blue water but it isn't blue at all is it? It's the color of whatever it is reflecting on its surface. :-)
Riet said…
What a beautiful picture with reflection.
Wonderful photograph your an excellent photographer- keep up the good work!

All things nice...
hip chick said…
Oh my that is beautiful. What a lovely and peaceful spot.
NatureFootstep said…
a place where fairytales are born. :)
Ebie said…
I love the stillness of this scene. Its so green and very pleasing.
Such a tranquil looking photo Val. I just love reflections in water.
Judith
Dave said…
Paradise is the word.

and to answer your question, the morning dew photo is made from 12 separate shots of the same subject at different focal length and stacked together.

On some of my other photos I sometimes use 3-4" shutter speed for details.
Rettabug said…
I just ♥ your photos, Valerie! They have an ethereal quality to them that is just lovely. ~~big, relaxing sigh~~
Icy BC said…
What a beautiful spot!
EG Wow said…
Beautiful reflection, Valerie!
Such a pretty setting! A romantic water world sanctuary!

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