“Beauty is eternity gazing at itself in a mirror.” ~ Khalil Gibran
Taken at the Dallas Arboretum. I just love being near water and finding interesting shots of it!
Beautiful reflections Naomi. Several could be watercolor painting. Reflecting is a good thing to do every now and again.
Have a lovely weekend.
Naomi–I’m so happy to see you here, friend. Your photographs catch my heart : )) I’m going to explore more. Oh, and I live in Denton (until May). You make me want to visit the arboretum.
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Oh you must, Susan! Maybe in April or May the tulips will be in bloom. I’m hoping to return then. (I live in Houston.) Perhaps we could stroll around there together and then have tea?
Beautiful!! Love the abstractions in the reflections here.
Beautiful photos. I felt more peaceful just looking at them!
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Love, love, love the reflections. You captured them so well. One of the weavings I’m working on now is inspired by the reflections in the lake at our local pond.
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So pretty! I really like the ones with the reflections.
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Beautiful photos! The colors make me long for warmer temps. Hope you are having a wonderful weekend!
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I truly enjoy seeing your photos once again. These are lovely, thanks for sharing.
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Pure gorgeousness! Reflections in water hold such fascination for me. Sometimes when I’m actually looking at them (as opposed to through a photo) I wonder if I might get so caught up in the study and the beauty that I’ll fall into the water myself. 😉
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Naomi, I especially like the 3rd image … its perspective and the water dripping and the light and shadows … beautiful!
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So cool – love the reflecting ones. Such a myriad of colors and shapes.
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These are lovely. There’s something about fallen leaves floating on water, decaying into the earth, preparing the ground for new growth in the spring. I swear I can smell the scent of mulch through the photos. As Martha would say, “It’s a good thing.”
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Definitely, Susan. It was barren and yet full of life there.
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