I pass this pond in the afternoons on my way home from work if I drive the interstate. Not until I was wandering the back roads near my school looking for barns to photograph did I actually come upon it. There is a little dock on the upper right with a seat on it for the fishermen. It does not look anywhere as large here as it does from the highway. It is a good sized stocked pond and as pretty as it can be.
This post is linked with Watery Wednesday.
Very serene! Everybody needs a fishing pond close to them! There is one very close to where we are camped, but with so little rain and snow, I'm afraid it won't last through the coming summer.ReplyDelete
looks very pretty - can't make up my mind which one I like better, but I guess I don't have to choose. Hope the pond will make some fisherman/woman happy:)ReplyDelete
Thanks for your comment on my art blog. I like that you showed this photo in both color and black and white. Very nice work!
Nice photos! I often see how a black and white can bring out more details and make a photo look more dramatic. Both versions are lovely. I appreciate your visit to my blog today and for your nice comments!ReplyDelete
Great WW shot ... I like both versions!ReplyDelete
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A country stretch on the road, and yet so tranquil and pristine.ReplyDelete
My Wednesday post: FROM A DISTANCE Hope you can find time to drop by to visit with me.
Love this image in B&W the scenery looks so much more dramatic.ReplyDelete
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i bet lots of relaxing hours are spent there... ahhh....ReplyDelete
B&W for me and I love the fence leading the eye.ReplyDelete
It makes a fine subject in both color and black and white versions. So, it's one fine subject... well shown.ReplyDelete
Great photo with a good frame, I love both versions, a delightful place. Greetings.ReplyDelete
probably a great resting place for anybody. But, I wonder if there are actually any fish there. :) Great shot.ReplyDelete
both are just lovely....i tend to like originals better!!ReplyDelete
Like the angle of your photo here! It's great both in color and b&w!ReplyDelete
Very beautiful photo and I sure love that in black and whiteReplyDelete
Aah, the olde fishing pond. I would definately take a good book, some treats and spend a nice day sitting here.ReplyDelete
Really nice photo Genie
Love, love the black and white version. It's so crisp!ReplyDelete
Love, love that black and white version. It is so crisp!ReplyDelete
That is very impressive.ReplyDelete
Perfect in frames, really looks like those that are hung on walls.ReplyDelete
Beautiful shots, Genie. Love the first especially!ReplyDelete
Nice, I love the fene in the foreground.ReplyDelete
Very pretty, something about this photo reminds me of my extended family :) thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
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