Friday, February 18, 2011

A Different Kind of Vortex Part II

Here's another shot of the crazy water/entrance to another dimension. (the original post is here). All sorts of confusing shadows and reflections. Weekend Reflections Shadow Shot

31 comments:

Out on the prairie said...

Nice shot, I have tipped them upside down sometimes

'Tsuki said...

This one is very nice too... I love the verticality of the reflection of the tree fighting the shadow of them coming from a different angle... Great Job on that vortex !

Pat Tillett said...

Very nice! Love those colors!

James said...

I was trying to capture some shots like this yesterday but they were missing the wow factor of this one.
I like it a lot!

Sylvia K said...

Fantastic, Jill! The water is SO still and the reflections SO perfect!! Terrific! Hope you have a great weekend!

Sylvia

Karen said...

Just amazing Jill!

Malyss said...

I like the way the light seems to be entering the landscape.Magyc!

Gine said...

J'aime beaucoup les couleurs qui se mêlent pour créer un tableau impressionniste !

Carolyn Ford said...

It's a beautiful mystery "vortex!" Super reflection against those yummy colors!

MarieElizabeth said...

Nice crisp reflection and interesting color.

Fabien said...

J'aime beaucoup la composition des lignes et des couleurs

Regina said...

Very nice reflections!
Happy weekend Jill.

" Regina "

Barb said...

Jill, this reflection in the mystery oil/water is - well - like an oil painting!

Stewart M said...

Wow! Thats a great shot. I wonder how many colours (colors?) there are there?

Stewart M - Australia.

Arija said...

Looking at this, I instantly felt like brushing the hair off my face. I wonder where it leads to? Will you hold my hand and plunge in to find the wonders beyond?

Gaelyn said...

Are you sure we're not in Narnia?

snowwhite said...

This is a definitely mysterious and beautiful shot with rainbow- colored reflection. I can't guess the mechanism why oil appears on the surface of the water but can say nature is great.
Have a wonderful weekend!

Millie Price said...

so beautiful! water reflection shots are some of my most favorite.

Ralph said...

The water surface is smooth and glassy. Its mirror effects the height of the reflective subject which also gives the feeling of depth below. Wonderfully captured!

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

If you were to jump in...would you be in a different world? ha! Have a great weekend!

Genie said...

Is this the entrance to the Magical Kingdom” What an awesome shot...your capture is absolutely fascinating. Line, color, light...they make for sun an interesting shot.

Leora said...

Gorgeous shot ... I take pictures of local water and I get black, muddy shots. I love all the painterly detail.

Leovi said...

Wonderful reflections with multiple tones.

DawnTreader said...

Wonderful. Reminds me of the place between worlds in The Magician's Nephew (C.S. Lewis)

http://dawntreader-picturebook2.blogspot.com/2011/02/my-calendar-2011-october-shadow-shot.html

http://dawntreader-island2.blogspot.com/2011/02/weekend-reflection.html

mississippi artist said...

Just beautiful, but kind of spooky too. Thanks for sharing a Mississippi photo again.It does almost look like it is painted.

Spadoman said...

Fantastic photo! I find myself juststaring at it. Should I, (could I), flip it over? Reflection is extreme when Nature gives it to us. You did a marvelous job.

Peace

madebygen said...

I like it so pretty shadow shot..Happy SSS!

Kelly said...

What a beautiful photo!! It looks so peaceful.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

A fabulous shot! It looks like an Impressionist painting.

A PARFAIT DAY

A seeker of shadows one day
Did trip as she went on her way;
She picked herself up
And dipped from a cup
Of shadowy lemon parfait!


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Shadowy Memories

Laloofah said...

So mystical, fey and enchanting. What a magical photo of a beautiful place... I half expect to see a unicorn's reflection in the water, or a faerie perched on one of the tree branches ! You've got an incredible eye for photography.

sue said...

I love reflections into another dimension, this one has such beautiful rainbow colours.