Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Watery Wednesday

 
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Trees growing right up to the edge of Lake Ella in Tallahassee. To see more beautiful watery pictures from around the world, please visit Watery Wednesday.

23 comments:

bitingmidge said...

This watery Wednesday thing is something I'm going to have to follow up! It's not as if I'm short of it after all. Lovely photo too!

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Julie said...

Gorgeous greens and lovely reflection, Lois. Trees know which way is up!!

B SQUARED said...

They sure don't have to worry about a lack of water.

Pam said...

Those a beautiful reflections of the cypress trees, they love to have their feet in the water.

Small City Scenes said...

wow Lois, that is beautiful.
Hey you could flip this shot and no one would know. LOL MB

Halcyon said...

Are the trees growing to the edge of the water or is the edge of the water growing to the trees?? ;)

Jacob said...

So pretty, Lois. I like the way the reflections seem to be shimmering in the water!

nuts said...

clear reflection of the trees, beautiful!

Cezar and Léia said...

Magnificent reflections!wow Lois, your post is adorable!
Léia

Lois said...

Halcyon--well sometimes, especially during tropical weather events, the edge of the water grows way past the trees and over the road!

Daily Chicago Photo said...

Hi. I don't know how to e-mail you so my apologies for using the Comment section to do this. You mentioned you were going to be in Chicago soon. There's a cool Chicago Photography exhibit going on at the Chicago Tourism Center (downtown - not far from the Christkindlmarket). A reporter and photographer from the Chicago Tribune do a weekly Sidewalks column and the exhibit is a compilation of some of their columns. Here's a link for more info http://chicagopressrelease.com/press-releases/see-the-city-through-the-eyes-of-two-quintessential-chicagoans-at-new-exhibit-charles-osgood-and-rick-kogan

Again, sorry to do this as a comment but it seemed like something you might be interested in.

Lisa Wilson said...

That is a pretty reflection!

Rob and Mandy said...

Very charming!

Tricia said...

that's really pretty

Tanya said...

So pretty!

Steffe said...

I do like reflection photos, and this is a good one.

Sunny said...

Wonderful reflections. Very pretty scene.
Sunny :)

Clueless in Boston said...

Very pretty and tranquil. It looks so nice and warm there.

'Tabib' said...

Nice reflection!

J Bar said...

Fantastic reflection.
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Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

marvellous shot

JM said...

Great reflection! I like those tree trunks.

Clytie said...

The dark green of the reflections ... my absolutely favorite shade of green. Beautiful shot!