Friday, 30 October 2009

Three Valley Gap - Weekend Reflections






Three Valley Gap is near Revelstoke, British Columbia in western Canada, and is part of a Historic Ghost Town.

This photo was taken from the Transcanada highway.

RuneE of Visual Norway participates in Weekend Reflections, which is where I got the idea from. James at Newtown Area Photo has started a meme called Weekend Reflections. Post a reflection during the week-end, then log on at his site.


Photo Credit: gordmckenna CC=nc-nd-flickr. CLICK TO ENLARGE.

19 comments:

awarewriter said...

Very nice landscape Barbara. The reflections work so well here.

Teresa said...

I love the photograph, Barbara. It looks like it should be made into a jigsaw puzzle for a cold winter evening in front of the fire.

Regina said...

How beautiful!

David Cranmer said...

I love ghost towns and at $12 for an adult, very affordable.

Cezar and Léia said...

Canadá has a wonderful landscape, this picture is awesome with fabulous reflection!
Happy weekend reflections
Léia - Bonjour Luxembourg

cieldequimper said...

This is a very fine photo. I wish I could be there.

Gallow said...

The variety of colors of the soil are very interesting. Nice capture!

James said...

I'd love to see this fantastic reflection for myself. What a beautiful place.

Thérèse said...

I like the layers of landscapings so nicely piling up...

Stine in Ontario said...

Beautiful reflection! BC is such a lovely province, isn't it?

Charles Gramlich said...

The reflections in the water are awesome.

RuneE said...

This worked very well indeed. It also got me wondering what is inside that old building.

Chris said...

Wow this is a gorgeous reflection shot! Amazing colors! Well done!

Michael said...

Outstanding photo.

Crafty Green Poet said...

lovely reflection, like a double landscape! It would make a lovely jigsaw...

Barbara Martin said...

The old building is a snow shed to prevent avalanches from blocking the road.

mbkatc230 said...

This is a really gorgeous shot. When enlarged, it would be a beautiful landscape painting. Kathy

Hilary said...

The water is so still. It sure makes for a perfect reflection.

Reader Wil said...

Barbara,this is the perfect reflection! The water is so still and smooth that it looks like glass.