Saturday, November 21, 2009

Some Arboretum Reflections

These are from a visit to the Yakima Arboretum in October of 2008.
They were taken in the Japanese Garden--a good place to look for reflections.

It's definitely not where I am right now. I scheduled this post ahead because we are in Death Valley. I doubt if I will find any such reflections there.


                              James at Newtown Daily Photo sposnsors Weekend Reflections. Visit him to see who else has participated.  I may or may not get a chance to sign the McLinky once again.                                                                          




12 comments:

~Cheryl said...

The reflected colors are so clear and beautiful! Enjoy Death Valley...hope you post some photos from there, too!

katney said...

We actually left Death Valley yesteray. I will do some more up to date posts in the next few days and some reflections from Death Valley coming soon as well.

Janie said...

These are beautiful reflection pools! Will be interesting to hear about your experience in Death Valley.

mbkatc230 said...

These are beautiful. I love the shapes of the reflections in the second shot. Hope you had a wonderful time shooting in the desert, should be some interesting photos. Kathy

Crafty Green Poet said...

I love Japanese gardens! Lovely reflections in these photos!

Malyss said...

Japanese mood is always peaceful and quiet. Even water seems to be more quiet ! Great pictures!

Ida said...

Very nice series
from a beautiful place! :)

Quasi Serendipita said...

Lovely reflections :)

imac said...

Beautiful captures.

awarewriter said...

Very Zen and quite beautiful photos. Wonder if you can photograph heat mirages in Death Valley?

James said...

I love waterfalls even small ones. These are very nice pictures. I've never been to Death Valley but I've passed it on the way to Las Vegas sevral times.

PERBS said...

Lots of neat reflections and I can hardly find one so I don't participate in that meme. Enjoying your trip now that I am catching up on reading.