Ancient as time, favourite tree: the oak, animal: the wolf, flower: Anemone hepatica, place: a forest near water.Bird: too numerous to name,camera permanently grafted to hand, lover of light, nature, the sea, mountains, deserts,all forests, musing on the essence of being,loving all things great and small, caring for this wonderful planet of ours.
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Just posted "watery pictures" the
about the 30000 Islands Georgian Bay, Onrario Canada!!
Lovely Watery Wednesday! Actually we often have watery days all through the week. Our country is very wet.ReplyDelete
It brings to mind Danny Kaye singing, ' . . . and they swam and they swam right over the dam'.ReplyDelete
Hope your little waterhens didn't do that.
Love the way the ripples work into the reflection. Excellent capture. Everything is looking green.ReplyDelete
Here it's rather gray and rainy, but the aspens are gold.
We have waterhens here too Arija - although we tend to call them moorhens. They are a lovely bird.ReplyDelete
since we have no moors here it would be a bit pointless to call them moorhens :)
And those ripples are worth seeing, too!ReplyDelete
Beautiful shots with the ripples.ReplyDelete
Sydney - City and Suburbs
beautiful image, love the reflections!ReplyDelete
your photo is so easy on the eyes. i love it.ReplyDelete
love the ripples.ReplyDelete
I love its reflectionReplyDelete
My Watery Wednesday
Blessed, blessed water...so good to see. Surf's up!ReplyDelete
i love the reflections in the water. those are very black water hens. beautiful!ReplyDelete
my entry is here. have a great day!
That is a lovely rippling texture in the water! Beautiful scene!ReplyDelete
These are Australian coots? On the Gold Coast, there are lots of it, one even made a nest in my bro's boat.ReplyDelete
In 1950s, they came to New Zealand.
The reflection is simply amazing!ReplyDelete
i love those ripples.ReplyDelete
It's so pretty!! The ripple effect is dramatic. Happy Wednesday!ReplyDelete
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LOvely backdrop...:-) the beauty of the flowers more enhanced! :-)ReplyDelete
Cool pics... :-)
Love this watery paradise! Waterhens and ripples and reflections. . .ReplyDelete