wordless wednesday

41 comments:

  1. It took me a minute to see the fish and realize I was looking at the reflection of sky in water. Nice.

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  2. Not to sound like a copycat, but verrry nice!

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  3. Nice shot of a tree climbing koi! They are so rare and difficult to capture.:)

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  4. WOW I didn't realise it was a reflection at first. I love how you captured the fish. :)

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  5. I love reflections! I wonder what the fish's perspective is like?

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  6. Love it.. looks like the fish are swimming in the trees!

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  7. Very pretty! The reflection is perfect, it almost looks like the tree is real and the fish are the reflection.

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  8. Makes me feel like I am having an acid flashback! Haha
    Trippy! :D

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  9. Sun flare is one of my favorite things. Very, very pretty.

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  10. koi sail through the water and the sky!

    awesome!!

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  11. Before I even looked at the labels at the bottom of the post, I knew I'd seen this before. Somewhere . . . then I realized it was the Koi Pond at Ted & Molly's house!
    Great capture, Daryl. I am jealous.

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  12. Koi are so neat! Of course, you have to make sure that the local Heron population doesn't mistake the Koi pond for a "fast food" place! Did you know that Barbra Streisand has a Koi pond with only black and white Koi?

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  13. This had me fooled...maybe still does...at first I thought you'd merged two photos into one...

    ...you didn't do that, right?

    It could be a reflection, but that tree is too sharp...

    ...is it a reflection?

    I'm sure using a lot of words for "wordless Wednesday!"

    Whatever, I like it very much! You probably asked those fish if you could take a picture and they said, "Okoi!"

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  14. very cool! the Kois swimming with the reflection of the trees in the water - great eye you got there! cool blog too!

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  15. I just the reflection pictures! We might try Koi in our pond next year, but just one or two... Our pond is small.

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  16. That? Is TOTALLY cool! Maybe you could reprise it for SWF, 'cause it'd work (wait for it) swimmingly! (Sometimes I just kill myself.)

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  17. huh, we chose similar pictures, in a way.
    Nice shot

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  18. I feel like I am looking right straight down into the pond Daryl. Love it~

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  19. this is a waaaaaay cool photo, Daryl.
    Yes, huge grocery stores are rather exciting after dinky little Gristede's on 8th av

    hope to see you soon after my return

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  20. I was gonna write something truly profound like, "Hey, that light reflection looks like fish!" Glad I read your labels. LOL!

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  21. Whoooeeee, that is just a beautiful photo today! I tried the same shot but the water was so murky at our Japanese Gardens it was disgusting!
    V

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  22. That's a great shot. You captured the fish so well. They make a splash of color.

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  23. OH! That's lovely Daryl! I like how it twists your brain when you look at it.

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  24. This one's brilliant. Admit it.. don't by koi. ;) Truly. :)

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  25. How brilliantly surreal. I can't stop looking at it. I was sitting here for about 7 or 8 minutes, just starring at it before I even remembered to leave a comment.

    Completely mesmerizing.

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  26. Very beautiful, two worlds in one - one of water, one of air.

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  27. Cool. I didn't notice the fish at first. Nice one.

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  28. Look closely and you will a blue heron waiting to snatch one of those Koi.

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  29. This is a wonderful picture, yet I will show my naivete (sp) and go out on a limb to say that when I first saw the non-tree-like-elements (aka fish) my first thought was of ghosts.

    This may be influenced by the fact that at work today we discussed something related to ghosts in a very serious manner, i.e. "We have an obligation to tell the incoming thus and such about the history of the house up to and including the ghosts."

    So if you combine naivete, exhaustion and actual reality, I see ghosts and not fish.

    Regardless, I see great photography.

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  30. Well that photo certainly causes all kinds of wistfulness. It's lovely, my friend, and evokes such lovely memories.

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  31. My daughters could sit and stare at that for HOURS.

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