Friday, October 30, 2009

Sky watch Friday


I took this photo yesterday while driving through the polder in Zeeland on the island of Tholen with a view over the Oosterschelde. It was a hazy day and my eyes could not distinguish the line between water and sky. There was no wind and the water was calm like a mirror. But the photo shows it perfectly by reflecting the clouds in the water. I love that light because it is not foggy and it is not bright. It belongs to this time of year where nature is retiring and getting ready for winter.

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14 comments:

J Bar said...

It's a great shot.
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Icy BC said...

This is beautiful!

Louise said...

That is so surreal that it's almost scary. The horizon line is definitely not clearly distinguishable. It looks like something never ending. What a capture!

Bill S. said...

The reflection is so good I can hardly tell where the sky ends and water begins. Great picture.

lazyphotog said...

Really nice shot. Not your average cloud cover. Beautiful.

Lorac said...

Zeeland skies in the water. Very beautiful. Wonderful reflection.

chubskulit said...

I love that straight line in the middle and is accentuated by the ruffle of clouds, so beautiful.

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marianne said...

beautiful! i love the way the sky and water flow into each other.

Simone de Klerk said...

Wat mooi, met die spiegeling!!! Leuk, je nieuwe blog. Wie weet raak in nog geïnspireerd.
Fijne vrijdag.
Sinds jouw vorige foto, ben ik ook meer op de lucht gaan letten. Zo zie je maar wat een foto doet. Bedankt!

Vicky said...

yea, this is an interesting photo, nice shot!

Karine said...

That is one of the most amazing reflection photos I have ever seen, it's absolutely breathtaking!

Guðrún said...

Beautiful.

Bev C said...

Hello Jossie, this photo looks like you are up in a plane. Amazing. Thanks for sharing.

soulbrush said...

this is spectacular. i also enjoy both swf and mwt. they go well together.