Reflections on a dull day

A walk around the park today in drizzle… so the light was poor and the photo opportunities reduced –

but the trees looked magnificent, even in the dull light

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??????????We walked quickly, pausing occasionally for photos. It was too chilly and damp to stand still.

Reflections for the photo challenge

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17 Responses to Reflections on a dull day

  1. 6vicky7 says:

    Beautiful photos!

  2. Pseu says:

    Thanks to the inspired work of ‘Capability’ Brown there will be a lasting legacy at Blenheim Palace for its park landscape. It was his approach to present a landscape that appeared natural but was in fact ‘nature contrived’ that helped The Palace gain World Heritage Site status in 1987.

  3. bluebrightly says:

    Wonderful, wet spring photos! i don’t know if Capability Brown was really responsible for that planting, but it was you who noticed the reflection and made such a pleasing image from it.

  4. O happy snail
    please stay right there,
    adorn the page
    with your beauty,
    feast on shadows
    not on our food,
    as is your bounden duty

  5. The reflections are just beautiful! I love the little snail, too. He seems to be moving gently along with very simple purposes. I like that!

  6. I do find it frustrating when bad light stops play. We went to Portland and oh, the photo ops, but it rained and was grey for most of the time. But you have got glorious pictures even out of a rainy day :-)

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