Hi Frank,This is a nice reflection shot! Congrats, the light is beautiful... Don't you have autumn weather now!
Thats lovely, Frank.
Had to do a double take looking at your picture - beautiful shot Frank :D
A very nice trio of posts covering your visit Frank. The Mallards are always entertaining to watch and you have some lovely photos to illustrate that. I also liked the Cormorants in flight on 'part one' and the water reflections on this post.
...that is pretty cool. I can see the colors of fall starting to show in the leaves too!
Now that is one great picture.
Stunning capture Frank!!! Love it
Did you get wet feet taking this photo frank. ;-).Tis a loverly shot though.
Perfectly lovely Frank-
Chris. The morning temps are cooler but still warm during the day so let's call it late summer!Tricia. I did consider posting it upside down! Would it have made any difference?Warren. No way! It was taken from a bend in the river.Kelly. There is just a hint of autumn colour starting to creep through.Roy, Jan, Richard, Crista & Lynne. Many thanks. I must admit I nearly deleted it on the camera thinking the exposure was duff but when I checked it on the laptop it didn't seem so bad.
Beautiful! Reminds me of the footbridge in Monet's paintings!
That is a great photo of that bridge!! Love the reflection!! I love your header photo too. I always wonder about those bands on the birds legs. Wonder if they bother them at all.
Frank, this is just a great shot. I LOVE reflection photos.
Shelly & Mona. Thank you both.Ginny. Bird bands (or rings as we call them) if correctly sized & attached should have no adverse effect at all.Have a good weekend. FAB
hi...great foto...reflection is fentastic.....
NPT. Thanks for dropping by. Glad you liked the reflections.
I really do like the bridge reflections photo. See just a hint of yellow starting in this photo. We are feeling the beginning of fall today.
I hope you enjoyed your visit and I always appreciate your comments and feedback.If 'Word Verification' shows up then it's a Google glitch. Just ignore it and click 'publish' as usual.