Tuesday 20 October 2009

Watery Wednesday #58

This from last Saturday. Autumn has let go, with all her beautiful finery. The water remains, it's glass-like surface scarred by dead and drying leaves.

The loon does some fancy wing work, hoping to please Mother Nature.

The rock sits and mopes like Eeyore, grumpy, moping, helpless to flee impending weather, like the loon. A tiny leaf floats by, soon it will sink to the bottom of the lake, ashes to ashes and dust to dust.

The trees are giving up their fancy dress for the winter.

Grasses blow in the breeze, while the water reflects their nude branches.

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Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I've never, until now, seen a rock like eyore. Great post.

Lorac said...

Very Nice! I Love your loon picture!

Gaelyn said...

You're water reflections of fall color dazzle the eye. Such an awesome capture of the loon. Poor rock.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Jenn: Very nice photos of the lake. I would love to have a Loon stop by. I'm going fishing tomorrow, its supposed to warm up.

Oman said...

wow. u cud turn it upside down and it will make little difference. the reflection in the water is so vivid and beautiful. great shot.

Judy said...

You have made the autumn into poetry!