... with open eyes, and a generous heart, there is awe 'round many a corner ...
What an incredible photo!
I love the photos you've posted on your site. Hopefully, this fish can't see the reflection- it would probably get confused (not to mention a bit upset).
Beautiful, Julie. Wonderful composition ...there is the fish, there is the sign...Thanks for the smile!KayAlberta, Canada
What a beautiful photo, very nice reflections. Have a great weekend :)
Very elegant - I envy you this on!
Very nice, Julie! I wonder if the fish can read backwards and upside down? :-)
Même les poissons apprennent à lire ! Magnifique !
No, really, they mean it!Very nicely done!
Simple and clear photo, plain speaking in fact.
I guess when it has to be said twice, they really mean it...nice photograph...Peace
Excellent reflection. It's so clear it looks like the fish is reading the sign under water. :) p.s. you are very welcome. Hosting Weekend Reflections is a pleasure. I see reflections all over the place now.
Good capture with the fish in shot.
What a wonderful reflection! It is so clear.
Great reflection. The fish adds interest,
Well spotted, Julie. Excellent reflection.Thanks for your thoughts, the quake seems to be quite local to Christchurch and environs, although it has caused serious damage. It will be a while before things are back to normal. We live in interesting times.
Love this one! I hope the fish can't read;o)***Have a great weekend*******
The fish don't seem too happy about that sign, do they? lol What a Funny reflection! A perfect choice for Weekend Reflections.
The koi, the reflection, the round leaves in the water and the spiky leaves on shore, all harmonious and lovely.
Just fabulous how well you can see the koi and how clear the reflection. Nice intense photograph. And of course I like your humour.
But this poor little thing seems sooooo hungry... Not feeding the fish semms harsh.The picture is really great. I love everything about it : very nice catch !
I am glad that you enjoyed this image. The reality is such a joy. Just a tiny park but perfect in so very many ways.
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