Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Is that top photo all reflection??? How the heck did you do that?
That is some still water!Does it run deep?
I really like the way you've composed the first photo. It's arty without compromising the natural qualities.
I'm with Ms. A - how did you do that?Sam
haha that first one is like an optical illusion...
Gorgeous reflection shot!! I was trying to get one of a flamingo in a dark pond at the Louisville Zoo. Just as I thought I had it, the flock that had been loitering way off to the left stalked between me and my prey, and stayed. Sigh!
I didn't really plan the top photo. I was down at our pond just taking pics. When this showed up on the computer, I was stuck by how interesting it was.I was in our little pond house looking out over the water. The green around the edges is the actual wisteria above me and plants around the pond. The rest is reflection.
6 feet at the deepest, June.
Beautiful still water. Great photograph that makes me feel calm.
Nice shot. I have an artist friend who likes to take such pictures and turn them upside down.
lovely reflections. I think reflections are often more interesting than right-way-round pictures.
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