Sunday, August 16, 2009

For your eyes only?

Last evening I sat down on a bridge crossing a pond at the Old Mill District in Bend, Oregon and took this picture of the sunset and its reflection through a wire mesh railing designed to keep small children and pets from falling into the water below. The resulting grid of colors and shapes is my offering for Scenic Sunday. This picture is for the eye alone. Sometimes words are fingerprints on crystal clear glass.

11 comments:

SandyCarlson said...

That is outstanding!

tapirgal said...

This is really unexpected. I thought it was all reflective surfaces until you explained it! Nice!!! I love the last line of your post, and it's so true.

Lynette said...

Very nice. Thanks!

Jacob said...

Love it, Lee! Perfect reflective photo! Great colors!

mountain.mama said...

Yes! This is a wonderful picture.

Raksha said...

I agree that any more words would be superfluous. Still, it reminds me of a poem I wrote many years ago, which I can almost-but-not quite remember.

Sylvia K said...

Fantastic shot, Lee, as always! You do manage to catch the best of Oregon and that's not easy because there is so much beauty there! Don't stop!

Have a great week!

Sylvia

cieldequimper said...

I love reflections and this one is simply perfect. The lights, the sky, the trees, perfect I say!

Bendoregonphotos said...

This photo is great. Thanks for stopping by my blog and checking out my photos! I'll keep in touch for sure!

Small City Scenes said...

No words then! MB

Lorac said...

The colour is amazing. Life through the looking glass kinda surrealism to this one! Kudos! I love it!