Friday, May 14, 2010

Weekend Reflections

This past weekend at Chincoteague I saw many reflections in the water and various natural pools. One area was my favorite. It was a  spot were the trees and bushes were colorful and made a pretty reflection in the water.











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30 comments:

  1. What a beautiful place. All of the reflections are great but the last one is my favorite.

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  2. Lovely reflections, Eileen. I wish I had been there with you as you see so many beautiful birds!

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  3. Hello Eileen, the reflections are wonderful but what I like best are the marvellous colours!

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  4. Lovely reflections, terrific captures, Eileen! And such beautiful colors! Looks like a really delightful place! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

    Sylvia

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  5. Nice reflection shots, Eileen. What a pretty place. I especially like the egret and heron.

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  6. Love the reflections Eileen.
    Beautiful captures.

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  7. Love the colors and the reflections!!


    Every summer, I visit Rehoboth Beach and this year, I'm hoping to visit Chincoteague - I have not been there in years.

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  8. Love the birds and their reflections!

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  9. Very niiiice! reflections & scenes! You captured great shots, here!

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  10. Lovely shots of the birds and reflections! The tree colors reminds me of an early fall foliage!

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  11. I am loving theses posts on Chincoteague and Delaware. We were there a few years ago..I loved seeing the horseshoe crabs in Delaware..and the horses In Chinc.
    Great photos ..
    thanks

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  12. Wow the colored reflections on the water caught my attention at once!

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  13. the browns and greens blend so well together - nothing is jarring.

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  14. It looks a great wetland area for plenty of birds.

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  15. Those are beautiful reflection photos, Eileen and I love all of them. Such a great place to visit.

    Have a great weekend.

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  16. These are excellent reflections. And the colors are just stunning. Have a great weekend :)

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  17. Really nice reflections Eileen! I can see why they caught your eye!

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  18. Cracking area this is, very colourful and full of life.

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  19. a lovely place to go walking and see the nature around..happy weekend Eileen!

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  20. Great reflection of the nice bird. I like the color of the nature, very nice.

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  21. What a joy for the sense of seight. Thank you for sharing such beauty. Please have a wonderful Sunday.

    daily athens

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  22. Beautiful reflections and photos!

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  23. Eillen, I love photos with reflection...i feel magic..
    congrats
    http://graceolsson.com/blog/2010/05/anonymous-readers-at-flowers-from-today/

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  24. The birds and their reflections look great. I also like the added effect of the grass comming up through the water.

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  25. Wonderful colourful reflections. FAB.

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  26. Stunning! That last one is my favorite.

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  27. Chincoteague?!!!!!! I have wanted to go here ever since reading "Misty" as a child! How I envy you!

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  28. I love all your bird photos! It's like I'm traveling the world to see them..Gorgeous critters!

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Hello, Thanks for stopping by my blog. This is my blog about the birds I see, I hope you enjoy them as much as I do. They might not always be the best of photos because I like to keep photos as a record of where and when I see them.
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