Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Moon on the water and other fragments

A few days ago Fiona and I were standing in our quiet corner choosing our words for the day and enjoying the beauty of the valley in the early morning light. I noticed the setting moon being rejected in the still water of the rusty fire-pit. I thought I would try to go outside on the decks and take a photo. To my amazement the reflection could only be seen through the window of the quiet corner and no where else. I took a couple of photos of this early morning beauty through the window glass.

©2017 Barry Smith - Upside down setting moon reflected on the water (Canon Powershot)
©2017 Barry Smith - Setting moon on the water (Canon Powershot) - the rust of the fire pit showing through a misty water surface
©2017 Barry Smith - Setting moon on the water (iPhone)
Such an ephemeral thing - only for that brief time, in that small body of water and from that one spot.

The soft early morning autumn valley light.


A focus on white on the morning walk.




Sun fringed clouds and blazing sun peaking from behind the cloud bank - along Treehaven Way.



The autumn light is now beginning to dip into the house in the morning at a very low angle creating pools of refracted light and rainbows

©2017 Barry Smith - Morning rainbow on my black jeans whilst sitting at the computer
©2017 Barry Smith - Refracted light on the kitchen bench top
The morning had a decided chill about it this morning - we are moving closer to winter.

I thought I'd share the photos below from our local community neighbourhood centre. One of the women (Barb) on our gardening group mended a split wheel barrow creating such a great stitched pattern

©2017 Barry Smith - Stitching a wheelbarrow
©2017 Barry Smith - Stitching a wheelbarrow

7 comments:

  1. Barry - I'm always amazed at how much you pack into a post. The sun-fringed clouds echoed by mountain and tree forms, the magical moon, your always-spectacular flowers ... but the wheelbarrow takes the prize. Thanks as always for letting us see through your eyes.

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  2. wow, barry. all around wow. and then the stitched wheelbarrow. again, wow.

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  3. Oh cool, love the moon reflection and the Stitching wheelbarrow... awesome!

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  4. Love the wheelbarrow!
    Sometimes reflections show things that cannot be seen otherwise!
    Sandy in the UK

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  5. magic moon photos & love the stitched wheelbarrow!

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  6. Lovely photos Barry, love the thought of a moon reflection from only one place.

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Comments are welcomed - it is good to connect with fellow travellers.