Friday, 6 February 2015

WEEKEND REFLECTIONS - Yarmouth Isle of Wight (Part 2)

These are similar images to yesterday however I hope you will enjoy them.  These were taken at the beginning of our walk but when we were returning, the sun was going down and the photographs I got at that time were magical however that will have to wait for another day/post.











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25 comments:

  1. Hi Margaret,
    These are beautiful pictures, especially the swans I find sublime.
    Best regards, Irma

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  2. Fantastic photos of the Isle of Wight.

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  3. Hello Margaret, pretty reflection captures. And the swans are beautiful. Great series, have a happy weekend!

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  4. The red building looks interesting, wonder what that was used for Margaret.

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  5. LOVE your reflections, and the beautiful Swans!!

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  6. An interesting series. That building is spectacular. Fine bird shows with good reflections too.

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  7. The building is actually owned by my family, by my Father and his siblings. It is a former flour mill and was purchased by my Grandmother in the 50's and converted into a holiday home. Now it is used as a shared family holiday home and for holiday rents too. I spent many happy childhood holidays here and now my children do the same thing but not in the winter much as the heating is not, well, very effective!

    Lovely to see it here on your blog, it surprised me when I saw it in the Reflections meme and I was like Oh wow, there's the Mill!

    Mollyxxx

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  8. Oh Margaret, I loved the reflections with the swans on the water. What a great building also.

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  9. I am fascinated by the reflection of the building as it doesn't look like a true reflection.

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  10. Beautiful reflection captures and that bridge is also just great! Your lighting is very nice

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  11. Great reflections. That first shot makes the building look much taller in the water.

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  12. Beautiful reflections, Margaret. The colours are so warm and lovely!

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  13. many colorful and beautiful reflections :)

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  14. Great photos, beautiful reflections and I do love those swans.

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  15. I think you live in a reflective world in more ways than one. You always have so many reflections and they are always gorgeous ... you have outdone yourself again here, Margaret. Hope you have a lovely weekend ...

    Andrea @ From the Sol

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  16. Beautiful reflection shots.

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  17. I love the swans and the reflections are lovely as well.

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  18. Really lovely reflections. And I love your sun !!

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  19. Lovely Photographs, and lovely warm light in the images,

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  20. Great reflections, Margaret... You are an excellent photographer... AND you live in such a beautiful area where you can take gorgeous pictures to share with us.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  21. Wonderful light in the photos, love the swans.

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