Hard Woods in Still Waters

March 31st, 2010


“Only in quiet waters do things mirror themselves undistorted.
Only in a quiet mind is adequate perception of the world.”
                                                                                                         – Hans Margolius

And yet what is our perception except for that made real by the changing color and context of our experience?
In a matter of weeks, days really, nothing here will look the same…

6 Responses to “Hard Woods in Still Waters”

  1. Ed

    I always like seeing some of those upside down trees, second only to upside down mountains. With the wind we’ve had the last couple days, I don’t think I could spot any upside down trees or mountains up here.

  2. R. Sherman

    I continue to marvel at how good your pond looks. Do you have a spring that feeds it or is it just surface water?


  3. Nice shot and lovely water

  4. gorgeous.

    can you swim in your pond?

  5. Ed- Oh, mountains! Now that would be nice. How about some upside down corn, or cows? :)
    Randall- It does look nice right now; It is mostly 30 acres of neighboring watershed, but it does have underground seeps. I believe it has a spring there, but we don’t know for sure.
    Sage- Thanks :)
    Chook- Yes! Although we don’t very often. The boy loves to in summer, and paddles around on a raft. Now the dog… that’s another story. He would practically live in the pond, and come to the shoreline for food!

  6. Wonderful photo!

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