Quiet Contemplation

I was going through my pictures from our walk on Sunday afternoon - phew I did take a lot!!!  I hadn't realised how trigger happy I am with my camera. I see something I like and I shoot. There is method in my madness though, I think the more I take the better the chance of getting a decent shot - although there is a lot of rubbish in amongst it  I'm afraid.
This picture I quite like!!  I think it looks a nice and peaceful setting and like a place you could go and sit and contemplate life in general.


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Comments

Kathy said…
I remember waaaay back in college being told in a photography class that for every 100 photos taken, hopefully you will get one you like. I've followed that advice and am extremely trigger finger heavy too. What the heck! Easier to delete a bad photo than wish you had taken more after the fact :)

Kathy
Deb said…
I do the same thing...beautiful photo....
Sheila said…
I am also trigger happy , the joys of digital :-) This photo definitely has a sense of peace and tranquility ,lovely shot!
deb duty said…
This is a lovely scene and a beautiful photo! Great composition and I like the reflection in the water.
Jill said…
Lovely setting and reflections in the water. Ideal!
Annabella said…
Yes, take lots and lots of shots and you`ll usually find a beauty. That`s the great thing about digital. I would love to read a book on that bank.
TexWisGirl said…
i like peaceful...
Debbie said…
this is beautiful ellie!! digital is wonderful, i do the same thing, i think we all do. it's just wonderful to capture it all and be able to "delete" after viewing.

did we really ever take pictures with film!!?!
Leontien said…
yep i like the picture too! the sun coming true at the top and the trees (trees are always good!).

big hugs
Leontien
Rose said…
I like this, too. Just so serene.
geetlee said…
it does look really pretty, i love that red bridge!
Karen said…
Such lovely reflections!
Lauri said…
It looks like such a calm and relaxing place, great pic.
missing moments said…
It most certainly looks like a place to contemplate anything!
Paul Forster said…
Sometimes you do need quite a few shots as it is hard to know how they will come out. You have managed a really nice picture with the colours.
It is lovely. The light is wonderful on the tree tops.
Dianna said…
That is an amazing photo. And I agree: just keep taking more and more pictures! (Although hubby does tell me sometimes that I'm using all my film) ;)
orchid said…
Dear Ellie,
Awesome, Peaceful shot!!!
Enlarged one also was quite wonderful my friend.
Love and Lots of Hugs to you, Orchid*
Kimberly said…
Beautiful!

I am also trigger happy with my camera. Why not in this digital age?

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