Friday, December 31, 2010

Twilight Reflected


Weekend Reflections is hosted for us by James at Newtown Area Photo

18 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Such lovely reflections, as always, Martha! Enjoy your New Year!

Sylvia

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Artistic reflection, especially with that splash of pink. Happy New Year to you.

Greyscale Territory said...

O so very pretty! Love how the reeds in reflection become squiggly!

A very Happy New Year!

Francisca said...

A warm pink reflection is a lovely way to start the new year. Thank you and all the best in the New Year!

Gary said...

Beautiful photo. Boom & Gary of The Vermilon River.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Beautiful reflection. I love the colors.

Have a wonderful 2011!

Pagan Sphinx said...

Mathat - that's so pretty. The clouds were that color last night on our drive home from grocery shopping but there was too much traffic and too many wires in the way.

ρομπερτ said...

Two different speeds of time
yet all belonging to the same force
nature

Please have you all a wonderful only happiness filled new year.

daily athens

Barb said...

Beautifully composed, Martha - the grassy silhouette is the perfect foil for the clouds in the water.

Debby said...

Really pretty reflection.

Paulie said...

That photo could be turned upside down and no one would know the difference how you originally took it. Just gorgeous colors! Happy New Year!

Diane AZ said...

So pretty, Martha! I often see pink in the sky, but not reflected in water. I like the contrast with dark grass too.

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

This photo is so amazing!!!!

Thanks for visiting me today.

Sam said...

That is such a lovely shot - the reflection of the sky in the water there is just magic! Happy New Year and all the best for 2011!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Beautiful pink reflections -- I can gaze at that kind of thing for ages and not get bored. Lovely Christmas skies in the post below as well.

Arija said...

Nice colours in the sky.

Thanks for the comment on my grevillea Martha. There is a good reason for grevileas to have prickly leaves, it is so that predator birds cannot follow the little bids into the thickets and thus their nests have some protection. There are also some grevilleas with soft leaves. They come in sizes from ground-covers to this very large and stately tree.

Blessings . . . Arija

mountain.mama said...

What a lovely shot!

And actually, our wood pile was frozen together. The first storm we had turned to rain, now it's below zero. Gotta love winter.

Linnea said...

That is a terrific reflection...love the colors. It looks like a "water color" painting. Happy new year to you and have fun with lots of photography in 2011...