Thursday, April 26, 2018

Reflections on Trees


21 comments:

diane b said...

A beautiful photo.

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Excelente trabalho gostei do reflexo.
Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.

Andarilhar
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros

Weekend-Windup said...

Looks great! Amazing shot of the reflection of the trees:)

Vicki said...

I love it!

Tom said...

...nice upside down world!

silvia de angelis said...

Un meraviglioso specchio naturale, in cui intravedere le bellezze della natura...
Un saluto,silvia

Gunn said...

Very pretty.
A bit like autumn.

RedPat said...

Like a mirror!

Kate said...

It is an unusual reflection photo, and I love two aspects: shortening the "real" trees and the topsy-turvey reflection image. Great job!

Sharon Anck said...

Nicely reflected!

William Kendall said...

Lovely reflection!

Stefan Jansson said...

Reflections are fun.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

You really need to get out of my head Lowell 😀😀 Check my post tomorrow AND today guess what I took photos of ... You got it, forest reflections! They do say great minds think alike, we won't worry about the second part of that quote 😀

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

A beautiful reflection. It would make a great painting. Interesting, we both had Teslas this week.

Janis

GDP

bill burke said...

Lovely reflections and very creative, Lowell. You're getting pretty artsy here. :)

Marleen said...

That's a wonderful view, Lowell. Well done!

Michelle said...

Nicely done.

Kay said...

Wait! They're growing wrong! And how did the sky get so green?? (Oh, yeah. I get it. Nice reflections!)

Karl Demetz said...

Great reflection, Lowell, very well seen and captured !

orvokki said...

I really love this perspective of reflection.

Maria Rodrigues said...

Beautiful reflection.
Many greetings
Maria from
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