I like the crossing lines that brings on the only red point
19 May 2009 8:06am
Buena definicion y buenos reflejos, me gusta mucho.
19 May 2009 8:58am
This is such a lovely sight... the light, the colours, the reflections, the fine architecture... Your brilliant framing and superb rendering have brought out the best of it!!!
19 May 2009 10:22am
Wonderful color and composition. Stunning reflections.
19 May 2009 12:21pm
The colours are so incredible in the frame and in the reflections. A beautiful and peaceful image. Bravo!
19 May 2009 12:50pm
19 May 2009 1:07pm
Another place I know well. The colours are simply glorious in this and coupled with your perfect compo and square presentation make for an excellent shot.
19 May 2009 1:46pm
Such a beautiful place. So alive and refreshing.
19 May 2009 2:07pm
What a beautiful place, I'd like to visit!
19 May 2009 2:24pm
excellent place - very peaceful image
19 May 2009 4:48pm
Wonderful composition! Stunning relfections and beautiful colors!
19 May 2009 4:59pm
19 May 2009 5:06pm
a classic shot!
19 May 2009 5:39pm
This is definitely the location for careful thought and deep contemplation, truly beautiful.
19 May 2009 5:49pm
Being calm and contemplative. Just the opposite of being stressed.
19 May 2009 6:01pm
I have been enjoying your “spring leaves” series very much. You get across the feeling of contemplation of this beautiful subject – one feels the quiet observation – it is implied in every one of your images. I love Japanese Maples and I have 6 around my home. I don’t have room to plant anymore :}. I love the lace leaf ones most. But my yard is no match for the settings you show us. The maples in your images have the framework necessary to show them to best effect.
19 May 2009 6:34pm
Great composition and colours!
19 May 2009 7:11pm
Such a serene scene, and lovely reflection. You are really the master of composition!
19 May 2009 11:58pm
I really like the way Japanese architecture looks like! This beautiful house looks great near these great trees and their reflections!
20 May 2009 10:55am
Great reflection. Why didn't you use the regular 3:2 or 4:3 ratio to extend the scenery more? Was there something you were trying to crop out? A beautiful and zenful shot nonetheless.
21 May 2009 1:09am
@Howard F.: Thanks for the thoughts. No, there wasn't anything to crop except a lot of water at the bottom and sky at the top. I tried the original photo first, but I just liked the way that this square format concentrated the feeling and sharpened the composition. I've begun to really enjoy the 1:1 ratio for what it can do compositionally.
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