I like them both. It looks like they found a good spot to fish.
I love those two big tree trunks...great reflections too...
I like them both. However, the close-up reminds me of when I went fishing with my grandfather. We'd make a pole out of a stick and fish away! Thanks for sharing.
I enlarged both photos and the boys reflections are wonderful as are the shimmering tree trunks.Nice shots, Carol.
Looks great there. Super tree reflections.
A very sweet scene - I enjoy it in the spring here, seeing the little boys come down to the river to fish. A river runs behind my house - sometimes kids come to the door and ask if I have an extra pole! I like the wider view better -- but the reflection of the big tree has a lot of drama.http://threeriversdailyphoto.blogspot.com
NICE REFLECTIONS!I found your blog while surfing...very nice posts you have.I liked each of the photographs...Thanks for sharing :)Regards,Click!
These are both great, but I really love the second one. The reflections are really outstanding. Kathy
These are both nice. It always seems strange to me to see huge tree trunks in the water like this!
This place is so peaceful!Wonderful reflection shot!Congratulations,happy weekend reflection.Léia - Bonjour Luxembourg
Superb. Especially the second is absolutely gorgeous. Well done!
looks like a lovely stretch of water for fishing..
so pretty... love that park. so many fun memories there.
That's amazing to get such a perfect reflection with kids so close by! My kids always want to throw rock in the water.Denver did get some early snows this year! We've had snow off and on, too.
I love the second one because of the tree trunk balance.
Both are great with great reflection. The red shirt adds a nice bit of color.
I think I like the close up the way the trees frame the child.
Outstanding photos. I'm glad you chose to zoom in for the second shot. Nice juxtaposition.
These are beautiful shots! The reflections, the water ripples, the canopied trees - a nice little packages. :)LOVE the sky reflected in the first one.
Purely for reflection I prefer the second one, but for the general mood I prefer the first. So, I like both of them!Ü
What a beautiful spot. It reminds me of the swamps in the American South.
They are equally great. :)
Carol, once I started browsing on your blog, I couldn't stop scrolling down. Your photos are amazing. I love both these photos and their amazing reflections. Thanks for sharing.
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