... North Sydney, Crows Nest, Cammeray, Northbridge, Castlecrag, Willoughby, and Chatswood ... including the legacy of Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahoney Griffin
Wonderful light, wonderful reflection, lovely shot.
there is great serenity in tis picture...maybe its how the reflections continue the simple lines of the trees.smiles. just 2 names...mine and X
*grin* .... taa ...
Great choice, the black and white on this picture : it give a strange charm to this water reflection... I just love it !
Very dramatic. I like the sharpness of the reflection to the right and how it transitions to blurred.
A canal in France no doubt. Missing you.
Oh how I want to be there with a friend, talking and meandering.............
Just exquisite, Julie! I had already put Carcassonne on my travel list after seeing another photographer's blog post. This photo "seals the deal!"Bon weekend,Genie
wow!! great photo
Wonderful, Julie. So serene.Kay, Alberta
what a gorgeous reflection photo you have for this week
Very smooth - great light, like the contrast.
Beautiful picture.Have a nice day.Berit.
Welcome home. Nice to have you back.
Are you back Julie? I hope so, my computer is starting to rust up from lack of use.
Thank you for sharingThis fabulous work with usGood creations
This is so beautiful black & white + great reflection on top : )
Tiz great to have you back from your travels. This is a lovely photo but methinks this particular shot could be from anywhere in the world.
Beautiful. Welcome back.
This B & W is a very striking reflection photo. Great job.
This is very beautiful, and great in bw :)
Beau contraste et beau reflet. Le noir et blanc donne du mystère à la photo.
Maybe Genie will let me tag along with her! This is a wonderful monochrome shot Julie. I'm so glad you had such a grand trip to France.
The light is so lovely Julie. A beautiful, peaceful shot.
Welcome home, Julie. As soon as I saw your post title I was in eager anticipation of a fascinating recount of your travels... I guess that will have to wait till you settle back in. In the meantime, am enjoying your beautiful reflection post.
Beautiful shot! It reminds me of the "maximum black effect"
A great photo... congratulation!Regards Halina
But what a great photo!I love the play of light and shadows.Congratulations.
Your appreciation warms my heart, friends.
Julie, this is an amazing picture.
Thank you, Johm. I appreciate that Dragonstar chose it for The Wall.
Saw your shot on the wall Julie. It is totally amazing. :)
Quite hypnotizing image. Impressive stuff.
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