Quicksilver Reflection on Valentine's Day 2010 - Charleston, Oregon

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Wind River Photograp… on February 16, 2011

Suzi! The best black and white photo I've seen since being on Panoramio!!! FAVORITE!!! River

Nick Weall on February 16, 2011

A great blue and white ~ blue and black or black and blue ~ such lovely patterns that a copy goes into my favourites too ~ LTM ~ a single red rose floating somewhere might be an interesting variation too :) ~ Bravo and best fishes ~ GW

Suzi in Oregon on February 16, 2011

Thank you so much, River, for the overwhelming compliment and the gift of gold! I'll be smiling for a week at least! (O:

Suzi in Oregon on February 16, 2011

A happy hello and thanks very much for your lovely words and another golden gift, dearest GW - I'd like to get at least parts of the other M's to pose in these pattern images; a fin here, a tail and scales there, or like the Lady of the Lake holding high Excalibur, or a lovely shell. I also wish to thank you and LGM for the extraordinary anti-spam effort - you're a dynamic duo and have helped us all immeasurably - a great kindness! Huge happy hugs and favorite fishes, or crustaceans, if you prefer (O:

Patricia Hiele on February 16, 2011

What a great quicksilver view....

Cutting out a detail could end up being a B&W version of this one... I just Love this Valentine shot!!! Though I have some second thoughts on the marketing of this date (?!?)

Lode & me, we prefer to celebrate the day we went from friends to.... ;-)

Hugs, P

tukki on February 16, 2011

I love the endless swirls...so smooth. L3, FRED

Suzi in Oregon on February 16, 2011

Thanks very much, dear Patricia, love your description and have appended the title. I enjoy very much your linked image - thanks for adding it here. I'm happy to not be involved in the commercial exploitation of anything! Just went for a nice little walk in the rain/hail to the Post Office and back. We may get some snow tonight. Happy hugs (O:

Suzi in Oregon on February 16, 2011

Hi, Fred, it is pretty, isn't it? Kind of dreamy and relaxing - a smooth undulating maze. Thanks for enjoying it and telling me so! Are you still in the ice and snow? Happy trails, my friend (O:

Fred Eisen on February 17, 2011

i like it, best Wishes from Germany eisenfred

Suzi in Oregon on February 18, 2011

Friendly greetings to you in Germany from the SW Oregon Coast, eisenfred! Thank you for your visit and kind comment (O:

Patricia Hiele on February 18, 2011

Did you get snow?? Poor daffodils....

Yesterday it felt a bit like Spring here, but now it's gray and chilly again.. :-(

warm hugs, Patricia

Alireza Javaheri on February 20, 2011

Beautiful Photo ...

* L I K E *

Greetings from Iran


H. Lotfi-Azad on February 24, 2011

Perfect ,,,


diego_cue on March 2, 2011

nice shot with that reflections Suzi! Best regards, diego

Suzi in Oregon on March 3, 2011

We had snow, quite a lot for about 45 minutes, dearest Patricia, then the sun came out and it vanished, then a bit more late in the evening. We've had a lot of stormy weather the past 3 days - wind just slamming into the house last night, and a large fir tree branch snapped and flew into the garden right next to the house, though with very little damage. Could have been very bad for the house and my bonsai collection. The daffodils have been fine, more opened today. The crocus blossoms broke off in the wind but more are coming. Lots more rain to come in the next two weeks, but we had a colorful sunset tonight. Wishing you warm hugs and dry weather (O:

Suzi in Oregon on March 3, 2011

Many happy thanks, A-J, Lotfi, and Diego - I appreciate your visits and nice compliments! I enjoy making all kinds of water images - best wishes (O:

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on February 15, 2011
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Suzi in Oregon
    • Camera: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT
    • Taken on 2010/02/14 17:16:38
    • Exposure: 0.002s (1/500)
    • Focal Length: 235.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/10.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO250
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash