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sorry I made a typing mistake and hit the enter too soon...This picture is beautiful!Challenges are not competitions, just enjoy! (I do know what you mean though!)http://BLOGitsePHOTOS.blogspot.com
Great shot that shows that life will find away even during hardship or flood in this case. Weekend Reflections is up at Newtown Area Photo. :) please join us.http://newtowndailyphoto.blogspot.com/2010/02/to-stars-weekend-reflections-20.html
Hello BlogitseIt's ok. I don't see this as a 'competition'. Saying 'I can't compete' is just a way of saying how much I admire James' photography! Which I do!Lucy
Hello James.I think this is a sad, rather than a hopeful, picture in that I think the ivy has been torn from its tree and dumped in the water.I've changed the title to 'Broken Ivy in a Stream' - which is what I'd nearly called it when I first posted the picture.Lucy
It's beautiful, you did well! :)Happy weekend reflectionsLéia - Bonjour Luxembourg
Thank you Regine, Cezar and Leja.Lucy
Beautiful capture! Have a great weekend!
It is a beautiful, clear shot and the colors are lovely too. Have a great weekend!
If it doesn't get washed away I'm betting it will take root and thrive. :)Nice capture!
Thanks for sharing your reflection! It's quite nice!
I like the subtle reflections and the contrast in colour between the ivy and the mud.
Hello Everyone.I'm glad you like the photo of the Broken Ivy in the Stream. It is very 'of the season' where I live - occasional dots of colour in a sea of brown! I was uncertain whether to put it forward for James' Weekend Reflections because the reflection is not the true subject. It is crucial, none the less, for it supplies the context.There's a metaphor in there!Lucy
Lovely spot of green among the brown. And the subtle reflection of the trees is wonderful. Happy weekend!
I think this is a pretty good photo. I like the touch of green. You might try a tighter crop (as an experiment of course).
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