Winter Reflected


Little River landing, Arkansas
January 14, 2014......8:59 a.m.



Little River Landing, Arkansas

51 comments:

  1. browns and blues of winter. love 'em. you can keep the gators. :)

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  2. I don't want to wish time away and I don't know how you feel about the cold weather, but I've never been more ready for Spring!

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  3. Pretty reflections and scenery! Have a happy day!

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  4. forgot to say, bob has 3 pairs of crocs, the good ones, the REAL crocs live in the Kia... the fake ones in todays photo, the 7 dollar ones live in his truck. he keeps shoes in both trucks because he never wears shoes. he just gets in barefoot and puts them on before he gets out.... we keep a third pair since he has been known to LOSE 2 pair in the past, as in leaving them at the flying field...

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  5. Lovely reflections, the muted colours perfect for wintertime. And the warning sign, I would not venture there either. Cheers, Jean.

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  6. I love reflections. The last photo looks pixelated in the green tops of the trees. How funny to see that sign....we see them all the time here in Florida! Happy weekend!

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  7. Winter Reflections are SO pretty. We got some good ones when we went to the Smokies recently. Love your photos.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  8. Beautiful reflections! All our ponds are frozen and under a foot of snow!

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  9. Very pretty pictures! I just came from Sweet Marie's post where she photographed a gator!
    Hope you have a good day.

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  10. Some good shots. Beware of the alligators!

    Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

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  11. Nice reflections! Most of our area is pretty drab looking - lots of brown showing through scattered patches of snow.

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  12. Pretty reflections in the water. I wouldn't want to come across an alligator though!

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  13. Pretty reflections even in the winter. However, I would rather it were spring and we were reflecting back on winter : )

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  14. Marvelous reflections! Alligators?

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  15. That sign looks awfully familiar! :) Winter is pretty and the reflections are, too.

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  16. Dang, I thought I had moved far enough north from Florida not to have to worry about gators.
    And yes, you proved winter can also have beauty.

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  17. Pretty reflections! I really like the second one. I would not be going swimming there!

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  18. Beautiful reflections in the photos!

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  19. Lovely reflections. Alligators? Not for this Bear!

    But I doubt those are winter pictures. There is no snow in them. How could they possibly be winter pictures without snow?

    Blessings and Bear hugs, Terri!

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  20. I love reflections--no matter the season! My son has alligators where he lives too---scary! I had NO idea their range was so extensive.
    Have a great weekend Terri:)
    Blessings,
    Aimee

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  21. I would enjoy seeing this water and standing there for some shots... more if the sign was not there. No too fond of gators. The river where my cabin is recently had a LARGE alligator downriver from us. The paper for tourist advertising actually posted a photo of the gator....???? to attract people to the area. Thought that was pretty dumb.... lovely shots and enjoy your day!

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  22. Now this must be an interesting place to visit! :-)
    I love the sign!!

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  23. Gators!?! Diving with sharks seems like a walk in the park.

    I like the reflections, but I'd keep my distance.

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  24. Beautiful lake! I'm glad we don't need those signs around here, though I would like to see wild gators one day.

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  25. You've captured some beautiful winter reflections. All of our lakes are frozen over this year. That normally doesn't happen.

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  26. Great reflections. It amazes me that 'gators are so prevalent with all of the environmental issues. Dinosaurs.

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  27. Well that sign would make my stay there short:)

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  28. So calm... The reflections are wonderful:) The warning sign suits the calmness well;)

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  29. Alligators in winter -- nope, we don't have that here! :)

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  30. Very pretty! No alligators though thank you!

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  31. Pretty. Isn't winter light beautiful?

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  32. Beautiful and inspiring reflections-but I must say Yikes at the gator sign!
    Jemma

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  33. Nice photos. I prefer snow over gators.

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  34. Absolutley gorgeous! We don't have alligator signs here in Ohio. :)

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  35. Beautiful but I not sure I would like the alligators.

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  36. Oh, my, Terri, these are stunning reflections! You caught such great angles!

    We don't see signs about gators around here. I'd be a little leery of hanging around a place where there's a sign about them. :-)

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  37. That's beautiful! I would certainly not like to run into an alligator though.

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  38. Love all the reflections but especially the mirror like quality of the second shot!
    Be careful out there. :)

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  39. Beautiful winter reflection in your photos!

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  40. Gorgeous shots - that first one is abstract art!

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  41. In Saskatchewan we have signs "Beware of Cows Crossing".
    Much safer than alligators I think. ;)
    Lovely shots!
    xo Catherine

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  42. This is funny! You saw my post about not missing Alligaotors. :) I'm your newest follower!
    Great photos!
    Marie

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  43. It looks so peaceful and calm...I wouldn't know about the Alligators if there wasn't a sign.

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

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  44. Photo one caught my eye immediately...fabulous photo's♥

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  45. wow, your i.d. came thru on your comment as 'terri at backward b ranch' and, although it sounded familiar, i just couldn't place it! nice to know i DO know you. :)

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  46. Nice to see open unfrozen water minus the gators

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