FALL in a PUDDLE

  • Posted Nov. 4, 2010 by Brenda Nelson Viewed 5582 times
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As were were walking through a parking lot at a campsite, I noticed some beautiful maple trees reflected in a puddle. Then, when I walked past and looked back, there were pine trees reflected in the same puddle!

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      2010.11.14 Edited

      Oh, sweet lady, this set is fantastic!!!
      I just love both images!!!
      Congrats, more than diserved!!

      x San

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      2010.11.13 Edited

      These are wonderful. Very creative,sometimes we forget to look at what is right beside us. Great job paying attention!!

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      Joe
      2010.11.05 Edited

      Interesting, the first picture looks like a mountain range taken from high altitude.

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      2010.11.04 Edited

      I so love these images! Isn't it wonderful to find such grand beauty in things such as these. Taking copies to my favorites.

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      2010.11.04 Edited

      Unique fall perspective! Nice find and capture with great colors! Bet since you've started photography seriously you see more things that you never noticed before....I know I do!

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      2010.11.04 Edited

      I am noticing a definite shift here towards the abstract and minimalist style - both at Larry's post and yours! Lovely, indeed! Very artistic!

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      2010.11.04 Edited

      Don't you just love the autumn leaves! Their reflections in the puddle are so lovely too!

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      Ray
      2010.11.04 Edited

      Well how about that catchy title! And you are so right about the translations. Now I have something else to worry about! Nah, let's keep 'em guessig!

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      2010.11.04 Edited

      Beautiful color...just goes to prove if you look closely enough, you will find beauty everywhere.

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      2010.11.04 Edited

      wow they look so interesting. at the 1st glance, couldn't make out what they are. thought you were playing on some effects.... then read on, and reckoned... those reflections just transformed ... great capture.

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      2010.11.03 Edited

      Very nice! I remember someone doing a selective color once of a puddle... another idea to try some time!