October 30, 2009

Weekend Reflections

Men and their machines, reflected in a golf course pond. This also reflects our Southern California drought. Please visit James, at http://newtowndailyphoto.blogspot.com/, to see who else posted a reflection or two.

18 comments

  1. You've turned a mundane subject into a very nice photo. Big boys toys and all.

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  2. A hard worker reflection!
    Wonderful shot !
    Congrats, and Happy weekend Reflections!
    Léia - Bonjour Luxembourg

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  3. Great photo! And a beautiful reflection, the water is so calm. Don't usually see machinery like this in a reflection...nice shot.

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  4. yes, the drought is apparent in the colour of the grass and the dryness of the soil. Oh but what a wonderful reflection in have captured. And so complete.

    I do like the way the edge of the pond defines the real from the reflect. Good capture.

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  5. The reflection softens the sharp lines of the machines and makes them appear quite romantic and artistic!

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  6. Excellent, I love this! Well done!

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  7. That reflectiion came out really well. I wonder if they are going to race those things. j/k :)

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  8. Hi Jan, nice to meet you at Weekend Reflections.

    I am from the LA area and I understand about our drought. But this is just a wonderful image and reflection. The texture of the rocks on the water's edge is beautiful!

    Have a great weekend!

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  9. Excellant catch Jan. Perfect choice.
    B.

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  10. Well caught Jan!
    When I first saw the reflection I thought of Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble. :)

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  11. Hope these men will have some time off this weekend!
    Nice.

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  12. Wow, Jan, that's an excellent reflection! And BTW Happy Halloween! Boo! I'm posting SOOC Sunday this week... I've been away too long! :)

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  13. Great reflection. The colors really stand out with the clarity/stillness of the water. Kathy

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  14. "Hi Ho Hi Ho it's off to work they go!"
    Great reflection Jan!

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