Dark pool with broken forest reflections in the Pacific Spirit Forest, Vancouver, Canada

Tree Reflections in Ponds

Earlier this year in the Pacific Spirit Forest I found two wavery forest reflections in a dark pool.

At the time I thought I hadn’t even seen anything quite like it and was fascinated by the quivering movement in the pond.

Wavery pool number 1. Next time I run into this I’ll try and remember to take a video, which would probably capture the fascinating movement. broken forest reflection in dark pools in the Pacific Spirit Park in Vancouver, CanadaWavery pool number 2, with sunlight flickering in and out of the water.broken forest reflection in dark pools in the Pacific Spirit Park in Vancouver, CanadaLater I realized that I did have other photos with similar qualities such as this reflection of branches on the water at Capilano Suspension Bridge. Reflection of branches on the water at Capilano Suspension Bridge, CanadaBranches and dappled sunlight reflecting on the water of a small pond in Tanum, Sweden. Water Texture: Branches and dappled sunlight reflecting on the water of a small stream in Tanum, SwedenPool reflections in Zion National Park in Utah, USA. I think this is Emerald Pool.Pool reflections in Zion National Park in Utah, USA

3 thoughts on “Tree Reflections in Ponds

    1. I have been playing around with most of these images – trying to make them even more graphic. The one in Tanum resisted my efforts – I decided it was more of a ‘mood’ than an abstract – encompassing the feeling of wandering through the fields looking for petroglyphs on a warm day in early June…

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