Monday, October 25, 2010

The pond and its environs at Sholom Park




18 comments:

Joy said...

Lovely pond! I would love to spend time here - to clear my mind, commune with nature and be by myself.

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Irina said...

Looks so peaceful and quiet.

Memphis MOJO said...

It look so peaceful.

bfarr said...

Appears to be a very nice, restful place. I am sure that the "no fishing, swimming, boating" sign ensures the peace.

Jacob, thank you for your kind comments on PCADP. I try to add interesting tidbits when I can find them.

Randy said...

I love the reflection of the clouds in the water in the first photo.

cieldequimper said...

That sign is so surprising in the USA, land of the free. :-) But then I suppose there are good reasons. Lovely place for a walk!

Small City Scenes said...

Just for looking---meditating--and just enjoying. That's ok.

don't the seed pods on that plant in the first pic look like little birds (or are they?). Cu-ute! MB

Cezar and Léia said...

This is a kind of park that I would be hours walking and taking pictures, and then after all, to spend some time sitting in the lovely bench!
Wonderful pictures Jacob!
Léia

Bibi said...

Very inviting...especially love photo #1.

Giulia said...

Very very very nice place! No much time in this period...

B SQUARED said...

No fishing or swimming? What about swimming fish?

Halcyon said...

Looks like a nice place for reflecting.

And B Squared always comes up with something funny!

EG Wow said...

It's a lovely park. I really like the reflection in the first photo.

Daryl said...

Looks like the perfect spot to sit and think quietly

Francisca said...

Lovely series, Jacob... a place I'd like to go too. I'm most partial to the reflections of the sky and plant in the first photo.

JM said...

Beautiful place and nice shots, Jacob!

Dan Jay said...

Only October and already I miss the color green tremendously. Thanks for this awesome set of shots.

It's going to be a long and painful wait for summer in the upper midwest again.

paula said...

The first picture looks like a painting.

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