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Delightful Curb Appeal


The items for this week's Friday Hunt, hosted by Teresa of Eden Hills are:
1) Starts with D.
2) Week's favorite.
3) Beautiful.

For me, they all came together in this reflection of tree branches in a puddle of water near our public library. I didn't find anything I wanted to read in the New section. Any disappointment I had was quickly wiped out when I saw this reflection.


To check out other Friday Hunt participants, click here. If you'd like to join the hunt, you have until Sunday evening to link up.

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  1. Looks very apecial and artistic !

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  2. It would be a good illustration for a mystery novel.
    I know the disappointment of nothing good to read in the 'new' section!

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    1. An illustration for a mystery novel, hmmm. Yeah, I think I could see that.

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  3. The textures and complexity of the look 'inside' the puddle are amazing and artistic!

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    1. It was sprinkling at the moment, which I guess gave it the fractured look. I have a point and click so I usually don't know what I've got until I see the photos on my computer screen.

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  4. I love the picture, Susie. Really neat. I get reflections too though don't post many. Today I was photographing my 2016 calendar collection, covers and some innards, and I noticed there was a reflection of the ceiling fan rotating, there in the granite background.
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    1. Thanks, Jim. I love finding reflections in my photos that I had no idea was in the scene when I took them.

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  5. That is a great image! Love the wiggly reflection. It is quite artistic. Glad it helped ease your disappointment. Thanks so much for joining Friday's Hunt.

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    1. Thanks, Teresa. It's just as well I didn't find anything that day. I have a pile of bought books yet to be read. I'm a greedy reader. :-)

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    1. You've got me thinking of the fractured fairy tales now.

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    2. I remember those. They were such fun!

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  7. Fantastic shot ~ so creatively composed!

    Happy Week to you ~ ^_^

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  8. That is a delightful reflection. Beautiful too. Sorry you could not find anything to read :(

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    1. Simply an excuse to go to the library another time. :-)

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  9. Nice to know your trip to the library was not for nothing!

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  10. Gosh, you have such a great eye to see things where most people just walk over or by. I love this! It looks like the left side was just cut with scissors.

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    1. "cut with scissors" -- I like that image. I see a Paul Bunyan hand with scissors cutting away.

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  11. Hello, wonderful reflection capture! http://viewingnaturewitheileen.blogspot.com/2016/01/saturdays-critters-110.html

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  12. The reflection of tree branches in the water is quite beautiful.

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    1. There were also reflections of house tops. I would've had to go in the middle of the street to get a good photo of them. :-)

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  13. Susie, That is a great shot. It's nice that it is not perfect and has a lot of texture to the image. Sylvia D.

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  14. I love it when you see something beautiful and unexpected; the reflection in the puddle is just that. Hope you find something to read.

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    1. I'm reading a Maggie Hope mystery by Susan Elia MacNeal, from a to-read-later pile of books on my dresser. I'm glad now that I didn't find anything then.

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