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Beneath the cascade


June 15, 2020 · 7:00 am

Where the waters meet

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March 15, 2019 · 8:00 am

From the fish pond



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Fish pond in sunlight


August 12, 2016 · 8:00 am

Pond patterns

The ripples radiating from the cascading water (see Creating a splash) attracted the sunlight and reflected the clear blue sky and surrounding surfaces.  The bright light created a kaleidoscope of fluid, constantly changing abstract patterns.


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Sunlight on the fish pond

A beautiful sunny morning.  The water lilies stretching into life.  The goldfish joyfully darting to and fro, enjoying the warmer feel of the water.  What more could one wish?


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Tree reflections

I have a fondness for abstract images, for patterns and for reflections.  The selection below  –  capturing the reflection of trees in the rippling surface of my fish pond  –  satisfy all of those interests.


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Arctic in a pond

A recent sharp frost overnight produced a skin of thin ice on my small fish pond  –  the surface is about 150cm x 120cm.  But although the ice was thin it created its own mini ‘Arctic’ landscape with  a range of interesting textures.  I also discovered that the graininess of the ice and the absence of sharp edges made it a very difficult subject to photograph!

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