"Color, which, like music, is a matter of vibrations,
reaches what is most general and therefore most indefinable in nature:
its inner power."
TheChief, Kelly and I drove up to Twin Lakes outside of Bridgeport on Sunday...
While Kelly frolicked in the water chasing the pinecones TheChief tossed for her...
...I was entranced by the colors of the lake...
Oh yeah! The colors are amazing! It sounds like the three of you all had a good time!ReplyDelete
We did Pat!!! And the colors were just fabulous!!! I was entranced!!!ReplyDelete
Awesome capture! Love your composition and the colours!ReplyDelete
Beautiful!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.ReplyDelete
Watercolours is a fitting title for your photo. I am sure many artists would love to be there trying to recreate those colours.ReplyDelete
A beautiful scene with little snow, I see. Great colors in that water.ReplyDelete
Thanks Randi and Gary!!!ReplyDelete
An artists use of color can be quite extraordinary...but nature's use of color surpasses all!!! Thanks Fun60!!
A lower elevation LOL!!! by about 1500 feet!!! We've still got lot's of snow!!! As a matter of fact, there was snow on the edge of the lake where we were...and Kelly would frolic in the water then play in the snow bank!!! She was in heaven!!!
Sounds like you had a great outing! Beautiful lake.ReplyDelete
So beautiful! I love the quote too, thank you for sharing and for stopping by pret-a-vivre.com.ReplyDelete
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Another winner, Chieftess.ReplyDelete
Yep!!! It was a fun outing! Thanks Chai and Chardonnay!!!ReplyDelete
Thank you BiTi!! I'll check it out!!!
I just love to see open water.. as ours is all hidden under snow & frozen thick. But this water is indeed very beautiful! I love our Minnesota lakes, but we do not get the color like the waters I've visited in the south. Too much tannin in ours from the soil & forests around us. I'm s sucker for those colors!ReplyDelete
I know what you mean Amanda! The lakes in Mammoth are still frozen over too! These lakes are about 1500 feet lower elevation!ReplyDelete
What a great day. Makes you appreciate being there, I'll bet.ReplyDelete