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With amateur photography skills and maybe a little of pure serendipity I just Take Aim and Shoot. Hope you enjoy the results.

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Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Farmer's Flooded Field Revisited

That line across the bottom of the image? An electric fence! NO wadding!


(Flipped for Fun)

43 comments:

forgetmenot said...

What a "shocking" experience that would be. Hope there are no crops drowning under all that water in the farmer's field.

diane b said...

It makes a pretty picture but probably breaks someones heart. our state is suffering more floods in the north just after suffering cyclone damage.

Gine said...

Amusant et bien réussi !

Reflections said...

Beauty disguising life's difficulties... natures powers.

jeannette said...

Love those almost wispy tree trunks!

Karen said...

A terrific photo, great reflections.

gengen said...

wow it looks pretty shot...Happy WW!

Kim, USA said...

OMG really?? I hope they put some signs not to do wadding and electric fence is waiting for yah!
Watery Wednesday

kaye said...

I like how you flipped it--great capture today.

Frank... said...

Two very atmospheric shots, Carletta...

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Fun idea to flip a reflection photo.

Judy said...

What a lovely reflection! I am so impressed with the flipped version, since it is so perfect!

Naturegirl said...

Unbeivable!!Holy smokes!!WOW!!

London Caller said...

Strangely, I find that flipped image more attractive.

Míriam Luiza said...

Gostei muito da maneiras como você mostrou as imagens: primeiro a reflexão na água, depois a imagem real! Perfeito!

Ann said...

Fantastic reflection.

Seriously, that line, to tell the fishes out of bounds? LOL

George said...

It looks as if it may be a while before that field gets plowed. I like the way you flipped the picture.
Thank you for the birthday wishes.

ladyfi said...

Thaws and floods - must be spring!

Flower Photography said...

The flipped one looks like your added texture. i love how it looks :-)

JM said...

Great reflection shot on top.

Pearl Maple said...

great reflection photo, nature can be pretty wild sometimes, have a great weekend

jo©o said...

You've got me flummoxed: still don't know which side is up :-)

Carver said...

Wonderful shot. I love reflections.

Sylvia K said...

I love reflections, too, Carletta! And this is really super and you don't get shots like it very often! Fantastic! Enjoy your weekend!

Sylvia

Riet said...

Great reflection pictures Carletta

LauraX said...

beautiful reflections Carletta!!!

Irene said...

Great capture ... very nice reflection!

chubskulit said...

Beautiful shots!

My sky watch post, have a nice weekend.

Kala said...

Beautiful reflection - I like how you flipped it too!

Indrani said...

Well composed and presented.

Al said...

Nice shot. The flipped version is very intriguing, if I didn't know what it was I'd be trying to figure out why it looked like that.

Janice Thomson said...

Love it! Good one Carletta :)

Sheri said...

Are these fields that typically flood? We have some areas that are flood plains which are also used for crops. I always feel bad seeing the corn under water, but also know it's a flood plain.

Nice shot though and the reflection is great!Isn't it odd how our brain tries to correct the photo when you flip it? I can't get it through my head that it's an upside down reflection.

Gary said...

I really like it flipped because the reflection is so perfect.Well done!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Jidhu Jose said...

nice shots
happy SWF

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful reflection, Carletta! Great capture. I love the flipped version too. Happy skywatching!

Cezar and Léia said...

Your shot is perfect! thanks so much for sharing!
Léia

'Tsuki said...

Well it is the flipped one I like the most in fact... The trouble in the reflection looks so unreal... Nice shot !

Dianne said...

whole parts of my state NJ are flooded
rivers are running over their banks

we're fine and I am grateful for that

the fence in the midst of the water makes for a powerful image

Regina said...

Beautiful!
Happy weekend reflections.
R e g i n a

Pietro said...

Pleasant views of the countryside, Carletta, very nice reflection!

Pat Tillett said...

Very nice! I'm not sure the farmer was happy, but we are!
Patrick Tillett, Extremely Overdue

SquirrelQueen said...

A shockingly beautiful reflection. Flipping reflections is always fun and I love how yours "turned" out.

Hope you are having a great weekend!

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