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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Simple Serenity: Earth & Sky in a Puddle


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40 comments:

  1. Just beautiful!! I love reflection shots - perfect!! Love, Silke

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  2. Ah, n=making the best of life's puddles! :)

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  3. Can one small puddle
    contain the whole of heaven?
    Peer in, child, and see!

    Choose some water:
    Cranes fishing
    Enchanting stream

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  4. Love it - wonderful picture. Enjoy your day. Inge

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  5. Beautiful reflections!
    Happy WW Laura.

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  6. That's a wonderful reflection shot. So peaceful.

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  7. So beautiful! I hope your wrist is healing. Your smiley faces say all you need to say. I love your visits.

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  8. Beautiful, love the colours, the composition and the sentiment.;)
    xo

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  9. beautiful shot with great reflection... I meant that both literally and spiritually, but I know you got that! love your sweet smiles that you are leaving and hope your wrist is on the mend soooon! xo

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  10. : ) lol... no need to say more x

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  11. I have said it before, but I will say it again. I love photos with reflections! cool.

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  12. This is a me too comment. I love water reflections and I wonder why. For goodness sakes, it's unside down and backwards and yet here I sat just breathing it in. Out in the real world I'm even more intrigued by the world in a lake or puddle.

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  13. Unbelievable photograph. Beautifully and excellently captured....

    Hope your hand is healing well, Laura....

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  14. This reminds me of some of my favorite reflection photos of Half Dome inside Mirror Lake at Yosemite.

    If the trees and sky are that beautiful in that river/lake, why then aren't we???

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  15. This is a lovely shot, with the trees reflected in the water...excellent job!

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  16. Laura, even without words, your spirit exudes so much beauty, so much wisdom.

    You are such a precious soul, dear one.

    Love and hugs,
    Debbie

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  17. May we always find simple serenity as we stroll through life.
    Love the caption and the photo Laura.
    Namaste
    Peggy xxxx

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  18. Beautiful reflections, beautiful scenery!

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  19. Wonderful reflection and image! Have a lovely day!

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  20. Beautiful reflections and photo.

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  21. Perfect and beautiful!
    Wish you a great day:-)

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  22. Laura,
    What a peaceful photo - thanks so much for sharing.

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  23. Very nice reflection. Great capture. Thanks for the visit

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  24. thank you everyone for you loving comments :)

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  25. Your photo of earth and sky reflected brought to my mind the words of William Blake:
    "To see a world in a grain of sand,
    And a heaven in a wild flower,
    Hold infinity in the palm of your hand,
    And eternity in an hour...."
    Beautiful reflections, all.

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  26. I love both this and your Skywatch Friday post, they are absolutely beautiful. I tried to comment on your Skywatch post as well, but the comment window wouldn't load!

    I hope your hand and wrist feel better soon, I'll say a special prayer for you tonight :o)

    Karine

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  27. Beautiful shots Laura.

    Thanks for visiting my blog earlier and for your generous comments. I am glad you liked my pictures. Have a great weekend ahead.

    Piyush

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  28. This humble puddle captures a fragment of such a pretty world surrounding it! Beautiful shot!

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  29. beautiful shot. I like your blog.

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  30. don't know why the pic made me tickle in my stomach :)

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  31. That is what I call magical shadow. Happy Sunday!

    Antzy

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  32. I like it when the reflections make it hard to tell which side it up. You got a great capture.

    My WW link for you

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  33. once again, I am a sucker for reflections.

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