Wednesday, June 09, 2010

Time for Reflection


Blogger Tabor said...

This is stunning. The espression on his face almost as if waiting for the paparazzi to leave so he could get back to reflecting!

8:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love this! He know he looks good, for sure. What a great capture.

5:00 PM  
Blogger Rosanne said...

this is a gorgeous image!
and a great title -- love it!

6:48 PM  
Blogger Gledwood said...

What an amazing picture!
Did you take it yourself? ... (I honestly wouldn't know!)

I found your blog via a post you left on 25 June 2006 about birdsongs, I was looking for a list of the most beautiful Briitsh birdsongs, but your list was fascinating... the featheries you listed sound very exotic to me!

As I said in the other comment the nearest we have to any of your ten are songthrushes, which do have a glorious song, and house sparrows, which don't ~ they just chirp-chirp-chipr monotonously. In fact I think we have a load of those on my street. Every morning around 4am they go nuts!

I posted some birdies up over the past week at my main blog

you're welcome to drop round and have a click. Do say hi if you do!

All the best


"vol 2"...


2:40 PM  
Blogger Sky said...

this should be submitted for is magnificent!

5:58 AM  
Blogger Endment said...

Tabor and gardenpath
Thanks for your comment - we have a pond full of these guys just now - great subjects :)

rosanne thank you for your continuing encouragement

Gledwood - thanks for stopping by and commenting I did take this photo, the reflection is enhanced in PhotoShop.

Sky thanks soooooo much you are a treasured friend and encourager

7:27 AM  
Blogger joven said...

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12:40 AM  
Blogger joven said...

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12:40 AM  
Blogger joven said...

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12:40 AM  
Blogger Pam in Tucson said...

I haven't been blogging for ages - so much busy work going on in my life. So I missed this photo. It's absolutely beautiful - a real prize-winner.

10:00 PM  
Blogger Shaunells Hair said...

Ur pics are amazing! I just happened on your blog and we are fascinated! Thanks for such exquisite work.

12:34 PM  
Blogger mam said...

i came across your blog while looking for sites related to Sam Campbell and the home he built in WI. If you are willing to do so, i would really love to know why your blog surfaced during this search...i can't find your reference to Mr. Campbell in your writings, but i'm sure i've just overlooked it somehow. Your photography is wonderful!

10:20 PM  
Blogger Endment said...


Sam Campbell and his creatures have been some of my heros since early childhood. I was priviledged to hear some of his lectures when I was in elementary school over half a century ago :) There are a few references to him in my blog

Endment: December 2005

Dec 30, 2005 ... I am beginning to feel a bit like Sam Campbell ... Some of my best hours as a child were spent immersed in Sam Campbell's books. ... - Cached
Endment: Speaking of Books

Mar 15, 2006 ... Sam Campbell 3. David McCullough 4. Paul Gruchow 5. Aaron Sorkin Name of the last book you bought? Spinning Words into Gold by Maureen Ryan ... - Cached
Endment: Racoons

May 15, 2006 ... They are so adorable they remind me of Loony Coon and Sam Campbell books. 5:25 PM; Blogger Kelly L. Watson said... what cute little guys! ... - Cached

Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting

11:40 PM  
Blogger CabinWriter-- said...

You have certainly mastered Photoshop. Ditto to earlier comments about the photographs. Mother Nature provides many camera shots for anyone. Your choice of poetry seems apros pro for each shot. Thanks for a nice visit.

6:06 PM  
Anonymous Alice said...

Add me to the long list of admirers of this frog photograph. I've always been somewhat partial to the little critters. Don't ask how I wound up here--I truly don't know--but I'm glad I did.

12:08 PM  
Blogger kerrdelune said...

Loved this little guy, Endment. Now (sigh) they are all digging their way into the deep rich mud for winter.

9:54 AM  
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5:15 AM  
Blogger Marley said...

"Rats! I kissed that lady and I'm still a frog!"
I love this photo! I'd like to jump in the pond and chase him!

9:43 AM  
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9:09 AM  
Blogger LenĂ© Gary said...

What a cutie! I hope you will be posting some fall/winter shots this year. :)

1:25 AM  

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