Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Tuesday's Reflection




This was taken at the canal in the Gaspereau Valley, which is in the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia.


Whenever I see reflections in water I am reminded of the impressionist painter Claude Monet.


Sometimes the reflection can be more compelling.





15 comments:

  1. How pretty! I sometimes think of Van Gogh. Great photo, Jim. :)

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  2. Looking at that, I thought it shows everything is up-side-down, kind of like our world today.

    The pic is pretty though.

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  3. Then Sophie jumps in and the whole thing takes a Picasso turn.

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  4. Yes Louise, very rare of Jim to take a shot of some water without an errant hound or bathing Ron in the frame...

    Pic does work upside down too.

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  5. Just throw a buck/euro/dollar in front of Jim and he'll take your picture to.

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  6. That's why I'm always looking at myself in the mirror. m.

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  7. Your photos are so beautiful, Jim. The comparison to Monet is perfect!

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  8. Hello dahlink! I am really sorry I haven't visited in the last couple of weeks .... it has been a blur. But what a lovely welcome back to see that fantastic photo!!

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  9. It's hard to tell exactly where reality leaves off and reflection begins.

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