You are tricking my eye!!And, yes, at the moment it seems the end to winter weather is but wishful thinking.
I like what you did here Lowell!
Beautiful reflection, Lowell!It's been awhile since I've been in one of those.
I hope there wasn't a gator stalking him.
I sense a bit of photographic manipulation here, and I like the result. What a lush scene.
Oh wow, this is a fantastic photograph.
I was so happy to read your comment on my blog. You did a great job indeed. I love it but the marin d'eau douce in his boat took some big risk. ,-)I will be more present soon.
He has 'turned turtle' without even getting wet ;-) Great shot, crystal clear!
Beautiful, peaceful, serene...so why do I keep looking for a gator?!
A perfect reflection in what I hope is gator-free water!
Fantastic reflection shot. That looks like he's just relaxing and floating along.
Terrific. Love your composition and the verdant greens.
Reminds of a pic from a jigsaw puzzle - a real brain-teaser!
Rich colors and nice reflection.Re: our highway widening - in California you widen a road and it's immediately congested. Here? I don't think so. A single car accident can stop traffic in both ways for hours and the road necks down to 2 lanes beyond this area both east and west. I think it will serve to ease traffic between Sequim and the next city west, Port Angeles. And it replaces a deteriorating wooden bridge.
Funny! A perfect mirror!
tout est calme belles couleurs
Are these waters safe from crocodiles?Beautiful photo, Lowell, with lovely reflections.
Purty nice-yassir! MB
This is the epitome of what a kayak trip should be!
Very clever and eye-catching! :-)
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