Wordless Wednesday: The Shepaug River

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Shepaug

Wordless Wednesday

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  1. The second shot is kind of mystery!
    Happy WW!

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  2. Hi ~ You are a creative photographer. You have taught me to look at life with a different 'lens. Thank you.

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  3. Thank goodness you changed your comment form and I can once again leave one.

    Your walk series was great, hopefully soon you will be able to include some more green things in your walk.

    Loved the Clock Tower even if it is a little off kilter. Those are from converging verticals.

    My new camera has a virtual horizon built in and I still can't get it straight. :lol:

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  4. fun water and reflection photos. there is so much more to life when you look closer with a camera. neat photos.

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  5. What beautiful pics...I really love the first one. Happy WW:)

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  6. Interesting perspective, I was tempted to tilt my head upside down for a second. Nice shot of the icicles :)

    Nice new blog header too!!

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  7. Those are both great. I am really loving your icicles and the second shot is very dreamy.

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  8. the snow is melting. lake gets wilder.

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  9. Brr! I wasn't expecting that first one looking so cold.

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  10. Anonymous11:02 PM

    Very cool photos!

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  11. Anonymous11:11 PM

    We cold do with some cool weather around here :D

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  12. Anonymous11:11 PM

    We cold do with some cool weather around here :D

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  13. Anonymous11:12 PM

    Wow I like the first one...very nice!

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  14. Anonymous11:58 PM

    Nice study in contrasts, Sandy.

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  15. Very cool.. literally. I see something green reflected in the second shot.. hmmm. Icy water and new growth?

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  16. Mother Nature at work...;)

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  17. I liked the abstract way of your nature a lot.

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  18. am speechless indeed :)

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  19. I like the bubbles touching the icicles in the first one. The second one looks eerie.

    I too, am so happy that you changed comment form so I coulr podt a comment from my own computer and not have to go to the community room to post at your blog. Ü

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  20. Amazing! Indeed, I am speechless!

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  21. Cool...but looks kinda scary. :O

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  22. Beautiful reflection.

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  23. stunningly brilliant!

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  24. Brrrr. Someone start a fire in the fireplace and put on the kettle!

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  25. turbulent vs still water:)... i prefer the gushing river, although it must be chilling... especially with those icicles...

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  26. It looks cold! Great photographs.

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  27. Brrrrrrrr, that water looks cold. I am sure it 'feels' colder than it looks.

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  28. The first shot is one of those that you can get lost in. What is that? I know what that is. Shoot. What is that?

    Marvelous work.

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  29. The second shot look like something in my dreams .. it eerily beautiful.

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  30. That looks mighty cold. Great pics.

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  31. these are gorgeous nature shots, I love the fallen tree with leaves.

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  32. Winter or summer, you love the lake? The second shot makes me wait for something to jump out of the water!

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  33. I love the fist shot. I'm trying to figure out what perspective you are shooting it from. Under a bridge?

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  34. Awesome series! Can't decide which I like better because they are so different. The dreamy feeling of the second, perhaps.

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  35. Anonymous1:43 PM

    hello I live in France and I am fascinated by your pictures. At first I thought the second one was a rain-streaked window, but then i changed my mind and thought it might be close-up on swamp reeds?

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  36. Anonymous2:17 PM

    Your pictures do speak volumes! Love the "insider's view" of the turbulence, and the second one is beautifully enigmatic!

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  37. Anonymous6:19 PM

    I can hear it as I see it. It's raining here.

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  38. I like how you've echoed the vertical lines in each photo.

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  39. I love the contrast between these two Sandy, but the still one is my favourite: I'd hang that one over the sofa! Beautifully shot, thank you for sharing!

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  40. these pics are really a great study of contrast the rushing water underneath the iceickles and the stillness just a little bit downstream.

    What a fun day that was to explore the river... thank you for letting me be a part of that.

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  41. Lovely images of the last bit of the cold... love the icicles and the reflection! Wonderful!

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  42. Those are interesting shots. The rough waters and the icicle make a great photo. The second shot looks mysterious.

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  43. Anonymous1:47 PM

    Nice picture

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  44. Oh my ... amazing shots here!
    Hugs and blessings,

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