Sunday, February 17, 2013

What's Wrong?

What's wrong with these pictures?


There are days in Hole in the Wall when the winds blow at gale force. In January 2007 the winds were so bad they blew down hundreds if not thousands of trees around Powell Lake. The Hole in the Wall wasn't spared. The trees in John's back bay were uprooted and leveled.

But on days like this, things can be so calm that the reflections in the water looks like the real thing, only upside down. So what's wrong with these pictures? Nothing, not a thing. -- Margy

5 comments:

  1. I love reflections like these because you could flip them and nobody would know. Very nice.
    Too bad about the big winds. They must howl down the chute. MB

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  2. MB - The worst wind storms seem to come in November, but we have to keep our eyes and ears open most of the winter for winds that can make us rock and roll. Then is summer there are the afternoon winds, but usually not the damaging kind. But in between we get lots of days like this in our protected bay. - Margy

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  3. These are beautiful photos, and I agree, absolutely nothing wrong with them! The water is so still!!! I looked at the damage from 2007, wow, that looked bad...nature is so unpredictable!

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  4. It's is a lovely part of the world. I'm so glad you share your photos!
    Cheers from Cottage Country!

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  5. Those are gorgeous reflection photos.

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