For other interpretations of Refraction or come visit New England. 🙂
Ah! Water and trees – perfect.
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Loved the depth you created in this image.
This is a stunning picture. Wish I could wade right into it! It’s also a lovely example of aerial perspective!
It is stunning!
Another beautiful shot
That is beautiful and it really makes me want to get my toes wet.
A stunning photo.
To answer your question about my lavender, it gets excellent drainage growing on the slope and is mulched with crushed red brick to hold in the heat. I prune it hard in the spring when the buds break and then a light pruning after the first flush of flowers.
Thank you so much for your feedback. I have never heard of crushed red brick mulch but it sounds great. And, I think I may have some of mine in areas that retain moisture. I’ll assess and move around next week so they may have a better start in the spring.
Oh so pretty….I love that rippled light on the river bed stones …..beautiful
What a pretty stream. Water, trees, and light = beautiful photo recipe!
A green and leafy paradise. And I love the sun and shadows on the water.
Wow, that is beautiful. Of course, I love all of your pictures. NE must be an amazing place.
I don’t think it can get any more beautiful than that! A little slice of heaven on earth there! 🙂
Looks like a place I used to fish!
How beautifully peaceful! I also like this type of shot when instead of water, there’s a path leading onward.
I love this picture, so peaceful and beautiful! 🙂
Gorgeous! I love the way you captured this…the perspective draws the viewer forward into the photo.
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