Ice

REFLECTIONS


Glimmer

25 Jan 2010 21 23 344
The little glimmer of disturbance in otherwise calm water was caused by a duck.

Courtesy of a swan

02 Dec 2008 26 28 701
A perfectly ordinary reflection of a boathouse was completely transformed when a swan slowly swam over the surface, and created a work of art.

Ice

09 Feb 2009 82 77 866
The thin ice forming in the harbour seemed to be forming plates with melted sections in between. The colours come from the sky and the reflections of the nearby Hummeren Hotel.

Double Vision

Lake Vyrnwy

10 Feb 2014 26 12 804
Lake Vyrnwy is a reservoir in Powys, Wales. Its stone-built dam, built in the 1880s, was the first of its kind in the world. It was built for the purpose of supplying Liverpool and the districts later designated as Merseyside with fresh water. It flooded the head of the Vyrnwy valley and submerged the small village of Llanwddyn. The reservoir is Severn Trent Water's largest. When full, it is 26 metres (84 ft) deep, contains 59.7 gigalitres (13.125×109 imp gal), and covers an area of 4.54 square kilometres (1,121 acres), the equivalent of around 600 football pitches. The lake has a circumference of 19 kilometres (12 mi) with a road that goes all the way around it. Its length is 7.64 kilometres (4.75 mi). On a clear day the lake, along with many others in North Wales, can be seen from space.

Crail harbour

The old road bridge at Brusand

Montford Bridge over the River Severn

West Runton. Heaven on Earth

Glacial lake of Llyn LLuncaws.

Edinburgh morning light

#54 Autumn colours reflected in the river below M…

14 Nov 2016 21 39 532
This river is a continuation from this waterfall: www.ipernity.com/doc/1021409/35748487

The two bridges at Atcham

19 Nov 2016 17 18 507
Two bridges span the Rive Severn here. The old bridge, built in 1774, and the new, lower bridge, which carries the old A5 across the river and was opened in 1929. The old bridge is constructed of grey sandstone and has 7 round arches.

Converging

19 Nov 2016 10 15 405
Here two bridges span the Rive Severn - the old bridge, built in 1774, and the new, lower bridge, which carries the old A5 across the river and was opened in 1929. The old bridge is constructed of grey sandstone and has 7 round arches.

Tranquility. The Swan

29 Nov 2012 41 27 529
www.bing.com/videos/search?q=The+swan+you+tube&view=detail&mid=09B811B1631F8253FE8209B811B1631F8253FE82&FORM=VIRE

Ulverston mud

09 Oct 2012 32 47 676
The small rock that can be seen on the horizon is called Capel Island. At low tide it's possible to walk over to it provided that there are guides and rescue vehicles available. The rapidly rising tide can be very dangerous. Walking to Chapel Island Mud Mud Glorious Mud John Denver, Follow me

Jarrold Bridge

06 May 2017 24 27 498
HFF everyone.

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