10.19.2015 Fall Reflection

Not a recent shot unfortunately.  It does represent repeated visits however.  I drove by here yesterday to find little color, but have visited it for years waiting for a nice display which happened for this image in 2011.  Although we are running behind, I don’t think much will happen here in Pelham’s Hawley Reservoir.

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About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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13 Responses to 10.19.2015 Fall Reflection

  1. Lyle Krahn says:

    That’s stunning. It’s quite interesting to go back to the same places and see how different the scene looks in the seasons and even between regular days in summer. When there’s a scene like this you have to grab it.

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  2. A little bit of beautiful on a Monday morning is always a welcome sight.

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  3. This photo made me dizzy. Seeing double here. Perfect scene in my humble opinion. The colors and the reflection make this fantastic.

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  4. BuntyMcC says:

    Lovely. a perfect reflection with just enough distortion in the water to make the vibrant colours look dreamy. We’ve had stunning colours further north this year; alas all gone in the last three days.

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    • Thanks, Bunty.
      I was lucky to get such a calm surface for the reflection. We’ve been losing our leaves rapidly over the last several days with below freezing temperatures and gusty wind. We are now back above 32° at night but most of the foliage has suffered.

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  5. When I reflect on this image I find it a pretty scene.
    I’m sorry to hear that this year’s foliage up there has suffered, first from drought and now from freezes.

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  6. shoreacres says:

    The break in the low, green foliage just to the right of center almost suggests a path has been worn down to the water. Wouldn’t it be fun to beach a kayak there, and follow the path into the woods?

    Whose woods these are, I think I know —
    the warden’s in the village, though.
    He’ll never see me stopping here
    to take in autumn, nice and slow…

    (With apologies to you-know-who)

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    • Speaking of “you know who”, here he is in quiet conversation with our most famous former citizen…Bob and Emily. I’ve never made a picture there so that’s why the link.

      There are deer, of course, and moose too in those woods (that’s whose they really are) so it is quite likely there is a path in that spot. A kayak would not be needed (plus as a drinking water supply it is frowned upon, and the woods are accessible by foot. I’ve never wandered around in there, but it is more than likely to be a path to the water for the critters.

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