Thursday, 2 February 2012

Which way is up?..................................................................... the reveal


Many thanks for all your lovely comments about yesterdays post.
The answer to the question is...... the second image.
Shown again below.

It was wonderful to see after the high winds we had a week ago.

Another view of the pool I took during a lovely walk... with not a breath of wind in the air.
I took loads of images all around this little pond... a relic from Andertons industrial past.

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22 comments:

Kay said...

I always love taking photos of reflections on the water. They always turn out great.

Scriptor Senex said...

Beautiful. I can't believe you were only a few miles away - it was quite breezy here on the Wirral. You would have stood no chance of getting such good reflections in Pensby (not that I've got a pool to match any way!)

TexWisGirl said...

i figured as much. sorry you're so busy!

Carole M. said...

this second photograph today; how clear the reflections, lovely photographs.

Joop Zand said...

Wonderfull shots Andrew..... i like this.

Denise said...

Gosh those reflections are gorgeous, and I enjoyed your other post with the photos of the Long-tailed Tit and the squirrel. Such a pretty bird and I see the squirrels are as rascally as they are here.

grammie g said...

Hi Andrew...what no prizes ; }
That was a very still day ..those are lovely photos!!
Gracex

Wenche said...

Beautiful :0)

Bob Bushell said...

A nice view of the pond Andrew.

Fábio Martins said...

Very nice reflections :)

Jerry said...

These are lovely. If you switched that second shot the other way up I'm sure nobody would notice!

Susan Scheid said...

All I can say is Phew, got lucky with my guess! I do love reflections in still water. Magical, magical.

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

It is interesting as someone noted yesterday, the colors are always darker, I say richer, in the reflection. The water must absorb ultraviolet of something.

Reena Walkling said...

I agree with Sinbad ... it always does look richer in the water. Beautiful!

Chatty Crone said...

I think that photo is gorgeously golden. sandie

Wilma said...

Either way up, it is lovely to behold, Andrew. You inspired me to try a little experiment of my own. Check it out at: http://southenglishtown.blogspot.com/2012/02/abstract-belize.html

Gillian Olson said...

With a dead calm reflection it is always difficult to tell, all this the explain why I guessed wrong. Great shot.

NicoleB said...

Those are so beautiful!
I'm missing the trees and a normal countryside ;-)

heyBJK said...

Love those reflections! Really fantastic shot!

Pantherka said...

Great.
Beautiful comparison of two images a week ...
Greetings.

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Congratulations I like always to look at good fotos, this is all inspiring to me

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ADRIAN said...

My favourite images are reflections. These are top knotch.