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Saturday, August 21, 2010



From across the lake
words in a foreign language
echo through the trees


Larry Gates

7 comments:

Joan Elizabeth said...

This is a calm and beautiful lake shot.

Bob Bushell said...

I love that serene looking of the lake, it's refreshing.

JM said...

So calm and beautiful! Love the light and the reflections.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

What a beautiful pairing!

Gillena Cox said...

'words in a foreign language' i like the way you qualified the distance

much love
gillena

Judy said...

I love this photo! The two dark clumps look the same at first glance, but are different textures. I think that adds to the tranquil beauty!

ruma said...

Yes. The big mirror will let a voice echo enough.

It is the quite scene which fused in the haiku.


ruma

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