Saturday, September 4, 2010

Weekend Reflections, Watery Wednesday and Shadow Shot Sunday

Wow. This  photo duet covers a lot of "meme" territory!


A boat on the same dock as ours on the Connecticut River, shows off jewels from the light-play on the water. Meanwhile, the water itself reflects the sky.This one was a fun surprise.


This photo shows the boats on the deck next door to ours.


Love, Peace and all groovy things,
Pagan Sphinx

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  1. I love both of these photos. The composition of the first on is really intriguing, Pagan. Plus that splash of pink is great.

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  2. Lovely reflections, Gina! Love the second one in particular! Terrific capture! Hope you have a great Labor Day weekend!

    Sylvia

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  3. I really like the reflected pattern on the boat hull, it looks like someone painted the line.

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  4. Beautiful, rippling reflections! And fascinating view in the last photo!

    Also, just letting you know that your link on SSS is broken! I wandered here by searching your blog!

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  5. Looks like the weather has been beautiful!

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  6. Looks like a lovely place and your boat photos are fine.

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  7. Very nice! And love, peace and all groovy things right back at you :)

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  8. Well, you did cover all the bases. Great shots. When I take pictures, I look at them and since I took the shot, I'm familiar and probably remembering what I saw in my minds eye. But when I look at others, yours, for instance, I see more. Maybe because I'm not familiar with the place. Fascinating, (for me to figure that out).

    Peace.

    Which boat is yours?

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  9. I stumbled upon your lovely blog and wanted to tell you about a project that I have going on over at my Blog. The Happiness Project is a Tuesday blog hop that I host. All you have to do is post a photo of something that makes you happy, it's that simple. I'm trying to take over the blogosphere with happiness!

    Here is a link to last week's post if you would like to check it out.

    http://leighvslaundry.blogspot.com/2010/08/happiness-project-week-26.html

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  10. great capture. am here from the ww group of bloggers :)

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  11. I'm most grateful for the comments. Thank you! I'd begun to feel a bit lonely in blogsville but thanks to you, it's going a little better. :-)

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  12. Well, thank you all so much for visiting.

    Peace, Love and all Groovy Things,
    Pagan Sphinx (aka Gina)

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  13. Great sky in that second shot.

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  14. Pretty, both photos....but that first one with the 'jewels' playing in the water...it's fantastic!!!

    TREE Drifting Ashore at Sunrise

    Hope your Wednesday has treated you well and you can find time to visit with me...

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