Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
I would think the reflections would be the same no matter where they were. I mean to say that a reflection in your neck of the woods would be the same in mine. LOLBut, not really. Your reflection is so much nicer than those we see around here. Either that or your photography is really nicer than photos from around here.The greenery behind it is such a deep green color. That is due to the thickness of the forest behind it I would guess. We don't have that here.
Pretty reflection, such an lovely, lush green.Sunny :)
Great reflection shot, Lois! I love the watery ones and this has such rich color! Hope you're enjoying a wonderful weekend!Sylvia
I always see your name when I'm making the blog rounds; however, we've never visited each other's blogs much. Today, I'm visiting as many new people as I can. Regarding the reflection, this is so tranquil that I'd expect to hear the plop of a frog any minute. Did you?JanGDP
I love this!
That's a lovely spot!
A nice reflection in a picture with almost all the shades of green.
Very calming :-)
That is beautiful - it looks like a hot day and the cool water and green are so inviting.
Looks ethereal. Quite good!
Yes, it is calm, and beautiful reflection!
Very beautiful, Lois! Such deep lush green reflected so beautifully!
Very nice, very bucolic. Being there, with a good book...
Nice! Love the green.
Makes me want to take off my shoes and cool off a bit!
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