Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Watery Wednesday

The trees are bare of leaves, they have been mulched and spread around the
garden, and the temperature has turned cold enough to freeze the birdbath and the pond.
I am already wishing for green leaves and babbling streams.


More watery pictures can be found at Watery Wednesday.

Have a great day!


30 comments:

Sheila said...

Was this taken on the Emerald Isle? It's lovely and green!

Piecefulafternoon said...

Oh that is so pretty and springlike. I'm wanting green leaves and bubbling brooks too - though we haven't have freezing temps yet - we have lost most of our leaves.

Tricia said...

Now that is GORGEOUS! Love the flowing water & all that green!!!

Ebie said...

The greenery looks so fresh! I love your capture, using the twisted branch as the foreground!

Dinah said...

best of the watery wednesday pics i have seen so far! beautiful, beautiful shot!

Watery Wednesday

Dejemonos sorprender said...

Wa, this is a really great picture! so beautiful and magical! i loved it..
Saludos

Mary Lou said...

Jen, it's a lot colder sounding there. I'll join your dreaming though since it's getting pretty chilly here.
Enjoyed your blog today.

Rinkly Rimes said...

I love the way the bent branch seems to be cupping itself ready to catch the water. All so refreshing!

Luna Miranda said...

this is so beautiful! so refreshing and i could almost hear the sound of water.

J Bar said...

Beautiful.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

jeannette said...

What a great view! And the branch in the front fits exactly!

Bernie said...

Such a beautiful photo ... sounds like your Winter is creeping in!

Edith Hope said...

Dear Jennifer, Brrr....A frozen pond that surely is a sign that winter is close by. What a wonderful escape your babbling brook makes!!

Lavender Cottage said...

Excellent as usual Jen. Let me guess, you were laying on a rock in the middle of the stream to get the shot!
Judith

Ellada said...

Wow !!!! I love it, it's a great photo.

NatureFootstep said...

makes me want to go backwards to summer. .)

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

what a wonderful picture..you sure have a nact for it..

Lesley said...

I love how the branch dips at the waterfall!

Judy said...

I love the branch, echoing the dip in the rocks where the water is spilling through!

Kim, USA said...

I love to hang out with this kind of place. It's serene and a photographers delight. Happy Wednesday!
At the creek

EG Wow said...

We had solid ice on our birdbath this morning! Lovely post!

Pondside said...

I can just about hear the water rushing and I can smell the forest floor.

Kate said...

Oh, my goodness, what a gorgeous setting! Makes me want to lay out a blanket and settle in with a good book. ;>)

Genie said...

This is an absolutely beautiful shot. All I want to do is keep looking and looking at it. The greens are out of this world. Gorgeous!

cindy said...

So pretty!

Cape Cod Kitty said...

Oh, this does so remind me of Ireland, too. Beautiful.
We had a great visit to my sister in Waterloo and there are lots of photos on my blog, as well as some of the beautiful quilts my sister does.
I love Canada so much!

Georgianna said...

Hi Jen, Yes, we are a bit behind you. Our leaves are only about 1/3 fallen, although D will be raking a lot tomorrow. And I'll be planting about 200 daffodil and tulip bulbs! But the way time is passing, it won't be long before it will be green leaves and babbling springs again. Have a cozy weekend. – g

Pondside said...

Soon all the running water will be frozen in interesting patterns. I'll be in Ontario at the end of the month and then again in January (feeling brave!) and I do look forward to seeing the natural ice sculptures.

Cozy Home Scenes said...

Lovely photo. I bet that is a nice, relaxing spot to visit! Thanks for sharing with us. Your picture reminds me of summer visits to the river as a child.

Custom Comforts said...

What a gorgeous photo ~ outstanding!!!
Cindy