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.
Great watery reflections for the day, Arija! Hope you have a lovely weekend! Enjoy!ReplyDelete
Gosh, it really does look dry Arija - but I suspect that one good shower and it would soon green up again.ReplyDelete
beautiful color, though!ReplyDelete
Hi Arija..All my latest shot's look like sepia since we are in the dead grass and leave less trees season ; ). but soon that will change!!ReplyDelete
The dry paddock color makes for a lovely shot!
Beautiful Arija. I posted a Dabchick reflection too. These are also known as Grebes. I hope you're having a great weekend, Blessings, JoReplyDelete
Have a wonderful weekend !ReplyDelete
Lovely little Grebes .... I awoke to soft rain this morning Arija .... hopefully you are receiving the same.ReplyDelete
Our part of the country is sepia colored too but in parts the ground is becoming green. Then it snowed this morning. lolReplyDelete
«Louis» thanks you for visiting San Francisco Bay Daily Photo.ReplyDelete
Despite the very invasive nature of having his ankle replaced, «Louis» is experiencing less pain as a result of the ankle surgery than the pain he was having on a daily basis before the surgery!
I also thought the first time it is edited photo. We have already lastly green.ReplyDelete
Brilliant reflections, stunning photo. And yes, a lot of the countryside my way is also brown. Rain would be such a treat.ReplyDelete
Og, Arija ! Your pictures are always so nice and so poetical...ReplyDelete
Lovely wildlife photography of nature's gems ~ Great for Reflections!ReplyDelete
thank you for your concern. you are so kind.ReplyDelete
Ha! At least you've still got a dam ... ours dried up completely for the 1st time in 15 years this summer!! But ... I hope the rain has reached you too!ReplyDelete
I hope you get some rain. The grebes hope so too!ReplyDelete
I'm wondering if these are the same Grebes that live near you. I thought one had disappeared. Maybe the remaining one found a new mate? I'd love to share some rain with you! Take care my friend!ReplyDelete