Sunday, 22 November 2009

Weekend Reflections (4) - Vermilion Lake



Photo Credit: Iwona Kellie CC=flickr. CLICK TO ENLARGE


This is part of the Vermilion Lakes looking west in Banff National Park. The Vermilion Lakes are located a short distance west of the town of Banff.

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.

I am late this weekend with posting the reflection as I am in the midst of a residence move. Posting will take a backseat for the next little while until I'm settled in at my new place and have been reconnected to the internet.

UPDATE: 6/4/2010. Please note that James has changed the reflection photos to be used in Weekend Reflections are to be those belonging to the poster and not a third party. Nearly all the photos on this blog are those used with permission from the Creative Commons and Flickr. Exceptions to this are duly noted in the respective post.

30 comments:

Dimple said...

Beautiful reflection!
Thanks for the visit!

Dina said...

Moving, that's a lot of hard work.
Enjoy your new place.

James said...

I hate the act of moving but it's nice when you're settled in to your new place.
This photo is a great find the reflection is so nice.

awarewriter said...

Outstanding photo Barbara. The composition is just right. I like the way you brought the foreground into the landscape. It makes a good photo great.

Teresa said...

I love the view here, especially with the snow.

Good luck on your move, Barbara.

Charles Gramlich said...

Lana loves reflections in water too. She's got a lot of pics with neat reflections.

mbkatc230 said...

Beautiful reflection, and a beautiful spot! Good luck on your move. Kathy

Barrie said...

I hope your move is going smoothly, Barbara.

Rajesh said...

The reflections in the water are beautiful.

RuneE said...

It is no problem being late with reflections like this - magnificent!

Leah J. Utas said...

Beautiful. Good luck with the move.

Ruahines said...

Kia ora Barbara,
Best wishes for a stress free move. Sorry I have been a bit quiet lately, but always enjoy my visitsm here.
Aroha,
Robb

Pam said...

Hope all goes well with the move Barbara and you are settled in soon. The photo is beautiful.Such tranquility.(which must be quite a contrast to the bustle of moving).Hope you can relax soon and enjoy the internet once it's up again. x

bindu said...

Lovely photo. I've been wanting to go to Banff for a while now ... a long trip where I can spend hours exploring and taking in the beauty.

Barbara Martin said...

There are a multitude of places to visit in Banff National Park, something for everyone.

José Ramón said...

A very interesting blog.

Greetings from creativity and imagination photos of Jose Ramon

Ken Mac said...

crystal clear

Cloudia said...

You always feed our souls with the beauty of your country.
O Canada!

Thank you, Barbara

Aloha,


Comfort Spiral

laughingwolf said...

that's still my fave part of the country... thx barbara

Rick said...

Hi Barbara. Hope your move is going well and that you'll soon be posting again. We miss you.

Bernita said...

Good luck with the move and re-organization.

Ken Mac said...

like glass

Chris said...

Beautiful reflection shot Barbara, of what looks like a very nice nature area.

Raph G. Neckmann said...

All the best for your move, Barbara! I hope it all goes smoothly and that you are very happy in your new home. Will you have anywhere for plants, or a garden?

Leigh Russell said...

I hope all is going well with your move, Barbara.

Barry said...

Good luck with the move. The photo is beautiful and a reminder that it has been far too long since I was last in Banff!

Anonymous said...

HI baebara. its mahsa. i want to live here for ever. with animals and flawers and trees and this beautiful lake.im waiting for your other photos

Barbara Martin said...

The landscape around the Vermilion Lakes is wonderful all year round.

Iwona said...

Hey Barbara,
In some of the comments people think that this photo of Vermillion Lakes was taken by you, not me. I am not sure how this can be corrected...
Regards,
Iwona Kellie

Barbara Martin said...

Iwona, I amended the post somewhat by placing the photo credit below the photo instead of at the end. Also, I added the new rules for Reflections Weekend, as no third party photos are accepted.

Unfortunately there are people who look and comment without reading the credits.