Sunday, January 31, 2010

Reflections

Bush Babe challenged her readers to find some "reflections in your world" so of course, not being able to resist a challenge, I went off to rummage about in my files to look. Here's what I came up with.

A leaf in my garden...
The bumper on our boat...
The local pond in the fall...

The ferry mirror, on the way to the cottage...

A duck in Sackville's Waterfowl park...

Two ducks near my house one very foggy morning...


My husband gassing up the car. Well, it's one way he gasses up the car...

Don't forget, I have to choose 3 photos for my camera club, so if you haven't weighed in on my WINTER theme entries, please have a look at the post below this one and leave a comment.

6 comments:

Diane T. said...

As always, I love your photos. The leaf in your garden photo is especially beautiful, and I really like the stillness in the waterfowl park photo. I'm so glad you share these--can't wait to show my Oldest.

nightsmusic said...

Wonderful photos, Pam. You have such a great eye for composition.

I went outside last night to take a picture of the full moon. I have a little Olympus fe-360. I took a shot with the regular settings, macro one and macro two. I have three great shots of a white dot on a black background.

*sigh*

BUSH BABE said...

Oh WOW! Gorgeous Pam... esp love the ducks. No squirrels I note!
:-)
BB

A Novel Woman said...

Thanks Diane. Say hi to Eldest for me.

NM, I noticed the full moon last night too! I briefly considered dragging my tripod outside and setting up my long lens, but it was so freaking cold I shivered me timbers back inside.

BB, I have a strict No Squirrel Photo policy, unless the squirrel is disappearing down my cat's throat. Or Buddy's. I'm not particular.

Diane T. said...

Eldest--yeah, Eldest. That's what I meant!

A Novel Woman said...

Oldest/Eldest, Potato/Turnip, doesn't matter...