Sunday, November 23rd 2014

A blog of few words.  Over the last two weeks wind speed has been low and the lake and ponds have been like mirrors, allowing beautiful reflections to be seen and photographed.

These are remains of Cotton Grass stems, seen in one of the ponds in the Scrapes.

Reflection of Cotton Grass in the Scrapes ppond

Where do the stems begin and end?

Grass reflections

Trees around the edge of the lake are reflected in the still water.


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Tim Randall responded on 23rd Nov 2014 with...

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Lovely reflections and beautifully, subtly captured.


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