Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Watery Wednesday # 78

Part 2 - continuing our walk through the woods at the Manassas Civil War Battlefield.

In some areas the trail was pretty soggy where melting snow had left lots of 'reflection' pools of water.


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21 comments:

J Bar said...

Good shots.
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Carletta said...

Oh Denise, I love the last one!
I hope to find many puddles now. :) Hopefully no more snow.

Missy AKA Little Messy Missy said...

If I had my boots on and ran across those beautiful puddles I may just have to jump... it may just be worth the cleanup mess!

eden said...

Beautiful shots, Denise! And my favourite is the last one.

Johnny Nutcase said...

What a fun spot! Definitely looks a little soggy, hope ya had rubber boots :) Love that last shot -excellent reflection!

Linda Reeder said...

It looks like 'boots required' on this walk.

Strawberry Jam Anne said...

Lovely photos Denise - the puddles looked so inviting. A x

Carolyn Ford said...

These are beautiful! What a nice find while walking in the woods. Great captures, Denise...I like the third one, too! Fabulous light!

Cezar and Léia said...

Hello dear Denise!
Your pictures are excellent, I liked a lot these beautiful reflections.
Here is still so cold.I'm tired about this harsh winter, I want to use shorts again! LOL
have a nice day
hugs
Léia

eileeninmd said...

It does look like a soggy walk. Wonderful photos, I love the reflections.

Roy said...

Hi Denise, thats a good shot of your Dad on the sidebar. Obviously taken during wartime as his cap tally only shows HMS and not the ship name as well.

Hootin' Anni said...

Pretty....but I failed to see any canons. Seems if my memory serves me, there were canons. LOLOL [it's just a family joke since my hubby is a Civil War buff]

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Michael said...

nice shots of the trees reflected in the puddles.

Denise said...

J Bar, thank you.

Carletta, I'm with you, no more snow please :)

Missy AKA Little Messy Missy, yes that would be tempting ;)

eden, thank you, I like that one too.

Johnny Nutcase, it was and nope, no rubber boots, just had to jump and side-step a lot.

Linda Reeder, that would have been a good idea if I had thought of it :)

Strawberry Jam Anne, thank you, they were weren't they?

Carolyn Ford, thank you, that third shot is my favorite too.

Cezar and Léia, thank you and it won't be long before you can wear your shorts. Keeping my fingers crossed for that warmer weather.

eileeninmd, a bit soggy but a lot of fun.

Roy, thanks so much. Yes that was Dad in WWII.

Hootin' Anni, you would have seen plenty of cannons on the other side of that wood :) They are all over that battlefield, especially near the visitors' center and on the other side of the Old Stone House. I wonder if your hubby has been to Manassas yet?

Michael, thank you.

jabblog said...

Wonderful! I'd feel very at home there as our ground is very soggy. The forest is running with water.

Rafael said...

love the reflection of the water on the third photo and also the landscape in the first.

Anything Fits a Naked Man said...

What a fantastic effect! Really, really nice! Thanks for sharing these!

Cloudia said...

I so enjoy walking with you!



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lazyclick said...

Great shots.

Guy D said...

Outstanding images Denise, the last pic is my favourite.

All the best
Guy
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happilyretired said...

Marvelous watery views with kewl reflections too! Methinks I'm finally caught up with you this morning. I enjoyed learning more about you from your more recent posts.
Hugs and blessings,