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Thursday, July 14, 2011

WEEKEND REFLECTION in BAY CREST PARK

For Weekend Reflections
Pic for Sky Watch is in the post below!





It's hard to see, even at the close up, the reflections in the water of the twigs, seeweed, little flowers. Take my word for it, it was wet there! 



This is the whole view of the first pic
Taken close to the ocean by Laguna.

9 comments:

Mark Kreider said...

Very lovely photos, nearly monochrome. Nice easel!

James said...

Even subtle reflections are welcome. :) I also like the subtle colors and the shadow.

Dianne said...

Soft and pretty reflections!

Diane said...

Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Love your header - in the UK these are called Agapanthus and are one of my favourite flowers - espcially the giant ones. Just off to read more of your blog. xxx

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I love looking in puddles and have taken pictures of the reflections in them (not as good)....it reminds me of being a little kid -- seeing whole worlds in that little wet hole in the rocks. (Also on the Oregon coast those are great kinds of places to find life -- anemones etc....

Cildemer said...

Lovely shots! And the water is so clear!
Thanks for sharing, Jeannette;o)

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Have a nice and happy weekend****

Rosie said...

Hi, Jeanette - thanks for visiting me and leaving a comment. What a super photo of the rock reflection. I love your new header of the Agapanthus flower - one of my favourites:)

Gaston Studio said...

Fantastic Jeannette!

jeannette said...

TO ALL OF MY BLOGGIEFRIENDS,
sorry it suddenly became very hectic right before my plein air painting vacation and did not have the opportunity till now to come back to the computer and respond to your delightful comments on this reflection pic of Weekend Reflection hosted by James, my header, and the easel! Hope your week went well and good wishes for this one:)