A small protected pond sheltered from the wind provides reflections
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Out in the big pond, Mount Spur floats above Fire Island
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13 Responses to Ponds

  1. Nessa says:

    Excellent reflection pics Steve – but I love that last photo most – Mount Spur really does look like it is floating up in the air – great shot!

  2. JoAnn says:

    Great job on the reflections…..Mount Spur over Fire Island is awesome!

  3. J W says:

    What kind of fish can I catch and eat out of your Alaskan ponds….yep, fish eater supreme.  Reflection shots are among my favorites.  Are we going to see some of your B&W work?  Love landscapes in Sepia or B&W.  The tour continues much to my delight.  Thanks Steve.

  4. Beth says:

    The photos are really great.  Thanks!

  5. Barb says:

    It does seem to be floating.  Love the rays of light coming from the cloud it\’s floating over.
    Reflections are always double the enjoyment! 🙂
    Hope you\’ve had an excellent weekend Steve,
    Hugs from cold and humid Edmonton

  6. Kimmy says:

    Big or small.. I love them all. 🙂

  7. Cat says:

    That last photo of Mt Spur reminds of the first trip up Hwy I on the West Coast the summer of \’68 – at some point I saw what I thought was another mountain range but it was a fog bank moving in – all in all a magical trip-

  8. Dianne says:

    Hi  Steve , Love your Reflection photos. Looks like you had a good weekend. Thanks for dropping by. Always nice to hear your comments. Take care, Dianne

  9. REDEEMER WORD says:

    Many ponds in Texas, with tree tops in the water.  The fish like the tops to eat and hide.  Many tree tops were deliberately put in the
    water to lure the fish. 
    A reflection can reveal of coming attractions, to show us what can be real.
    I give the Father all the glory for what is written on BARN HOUSE NEWS…..Love you…ELZA

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  11. Arctic says:

    Steve, you caught every elegant beatiful element in that pond. 

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