Still, lilly leaves float
in cloud reflected water
my mind calms: all quiet
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That is an interesting photo Irene it almost looks like moonlight but the sky is definitely a day time sky
Yes I was surprised at the light as well. All I can think is that the dam was surrounded by trees which possibly blocked the full sun thus affecting the light. It was taken fairly early in the morning.
Lovely capture–the light bringing a silver glow to the lily pads. Along with your poem you’ve shown in your image some effects of nature. Happy Phoneography Monday.
Thanks. I’ve quite got into the haiku writing after the weekly challenge. I think their simplicity can be quite emotive .
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Lovely, Irene, both photo and haiku. Nature calms me, too.
Love the light on this Irene, and thank you for the ping back too 😀
Thanks and your welcome. I enjoyed your ponds as well. There is certainly something special about still water, greenery and lilly pads.
I was wondering about the light as well, earlier morning makes sense. I like the cloud reflections hiding among the lily pads.
It is weird because the light here is usually a crystal clear bright blue where this is quite a mellow light. Early morning is my only explanation.
wow. it is beautiful
It is the good thing about having a dog – you find all these incredibly beautiful places on the days we go on an exploring walk.
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