Friday, 2 October 2009

Weekend reflections

I took both photos at Caerlaverock National Nature Reserve, Dumfriesshire
there's another reflection on my Over Forty Shades blog here.

19 comments:

James said...

They are both very good, I think the top one is like a beautiful painting. Outstandig!

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

the sky in water - alas today we have water dropping from the sky

Stine in Ontario said...

I see you posted two reflections here and one on your other blog. I like your enthusiasm!

Carletta said...

The first is very impressionistic to me!
LOVE your header - that's awesome!

☆sapphire said...

Hello

What a beautiful place!
I'm with Carletta. Really impressionistic!

I love the cat, especially his/her facial expression in the first photo of your September 29's post.

Thank you for sharing!!

Thérèse said...

A nature to fight for.

RuneE said...

Clouds and sky reflecting in water have a great potential.

Regina said...

Beautiful refection!
Great shots!

"RainyReflection"

Rebecca said...

Love the reflections of nature.

Oh said...

I so enjoy seeing your pictures and the things that you choose to photograph. Wonderful clouds...and that porcelain fungus in the previous blog.

fourwindshaiga said...

Beautiful! That first shot could inspire a new blog-- header and name!

Dina said...

Nature changes nature--amazing what a few ripples did to your clouds!

Thom said...

Thanks for stopping by my playground. I really appreciate it. I love both your photos for this. They are excellent but the first one is the bomb if you ask me :) Have a great weekend :) Aloha

Ebie said...

The first shot is beautiful! Great reflection shot!

Vogon Poet said...

I didn't understand that the first shot was a reflection, Perfect deception!

Dagrun said...

Beautiful skyreflections. I prefer the first one.:)

Jientje said...

Lovely!! I love nothing better than to see a beautiful blue sky with white clouds reflected in a creek on the countryside. Nice work!

J said...

I like how if you didn't look at the first one closely you might think that it is the sky.

maryt/theteach said...

I've looked at several of your photos on this blog and your other blog. Nice job of photographing reflections! :) Thanks for visiting me!