Sunday, December 11, 2005

December 11 2005

12 comments:

Jill said...

Nice reflection!

CKL said...

Thank you. Your comments are appreciated.

Peggi Meyer Graminski said...

Awesome, detailed reflection - I like your choice of black and white film. Makes it look very artistic, like a setting in an old movie...very nice =)

Jodie said...

Very nice image! The reflects are really great!

Jean said...

Magnifique !
J'aime beaucoup ce calme , les reflets , l'harmonie des gris .

CKL said...

Peggi, Jodie, Jean, thank you for your comments. The photograph was taken in Crow Nest Park, Dewsbury, West Yorkshire. Although the early history is lost, it is thought a house and estate has existed here since 1571. The property has been a park since being sold to Dewsbury Corporation in 1893. The park was designed by William Cox who incorporated his own features such as the ornamental lake with existing features such as the temple (an 18th century summer house) and the vine house.

blackdaisies said...

this is wonderful ... the reflections really add a wonderful dimension .. beautiful!!

CKL said...

Thank you, I appreciate the compliment.

Peggi Meyer Graminski said...

Thanks for sharing the history behind the photo - it's wonderful to read about something that has been around for that many years, and see that it has been beautifully maintained and treasured through the generations...You're so lucky to have places like that nearby!

CKL said...

You're welcome Peggi, glad you found it of interest.

Eric said...

Good eye, nice pic. It captures a mood all it's own.

CKL said...

Thanks Eric, glad you like it.